Callas prefer a well-drained soil and part to full sun location. Each bulb produces multiple chalice-like blooms surrounded by uniquely speckled leaves. Callas are light feeders but should be fertilized when in bloom. Plant your Callas after the danger of frost has past and the ground temperatures warm to at least 50 degrees. Or can be planted in pots to get a early start on the season and transplant in your garden after the plant is well established. In Autumn, after your Begonia has gone dormant, lift the bulbs and store in a frost-free location until next spring.
Speckled leaves with a bouquet full of burgundy red blooms. Callas are long lived flowers, great growing in the garden or a colorful bouquet.