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Picasso Lilly

Posted by Itzybitzy 7NC (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 11, 13 at 12:07

Hi guys,not sure if this is the correct forum to post this...I received a 2 gal.potted Picasso calla for mothers day and it was blooming at the time so I left it indoors,then I notice the leaves flopping all over and since the weather was getting nicer I decided to leave it by my porch,sadly is not looking like it was before the leaves were perky and was full of blooms now everything but the new grow is flopping on the ground is this normal??? should I put them on the ground,the pot/plant ratio doesn't seem right or should I keep it there until fall?

P.S is starting to get pretty warm around here.Thanks so much in advance:)

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RE: Picasso Lilly

Have you watered it?

RE: Picasso Lilly

Yes,I have.

RE: Picasso Lilly

Not familiar with that particular variety. Callas like shade, and plenty of water. They ought to be winter hardy in Zone 7. Depending on the variety they can be variable. Some have big, large leaves, others have much narrower leaves. In my experience, the narrow leaved varieties tend to flop.

RE: Picasso Lilly

It makes perfect sense,I would say they are narrow leaved...Thanks donna:)

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