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I would like information on growing a calla lily from a seed pod.
Hardiness Zone: 5a
By Margie from South Bend, IN
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I have some calla lilies that have some kind of pod inside the flower. I was wondering I can plant those and get more flowers from them? I am new to this and have no idea what to do and my flowers are all full of pods.
Please help. I want to grow more especially since those were the ones we used at our daughter's wedding. Any suggestions will be welcome. Thank you.
Those pods should be filled with seeds. You can plant them and they will grow new lilies. You probably won't see blooms until the second or third year. Depending on where you live, you could keep them in containers or plant them directly outside. They are a tropical plant and may not survive cold winters.