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Re: OT - Wonderful tribute... NOW Corms, Tubers, Bulbs

Ya know...they say that calla lilies will not survive in my zone (Zone 6
- Northeast Oklahoma). But they do. They say the same thing about cannas
and they come back in abundance every year. I planted some callas that
were given to me in a pot on my birthday and they have come back for
three years now. So I bought the huge, giant white callas last year.
They should bloom this coming spring. The green came up but no flowers
this year.

Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
What about calla lilies (Zantedeschia)? I originally planted a sack of 
corms I got from Walmart one spring. Now they have formed a wonderful mass. I 
have also planted some that I got for gifts. They are hardy here, too.

zone 7
West TN

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