Today it's very hot here and I took the opportunity to transfer some red calla lilies they gave me for Women's Day, even though I didn't want to celebrate this holiday because many women are killed here in Italy and there is nothing to celebrate in my opinion.
I already had one of white calla lilies but they had dried out and are recovering now.
I really like calla lilies but I've only discovered now that they are indoor and not outdoor plants, at least this type.
And I didn't know, in fact I had put the white ones on the outside.
Unfortunately I have not been able to put them in my garden because my lively dogs dig the ground and uproot all the plants.
I really like gardening when there are these beautiful days. 

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Healthy Organic Gardening
    Mar 16, 2023 @ 09:35:58

    Great post! It’s commendable that you didn’t want to celebrate Women’s Day given the situation in Italy. I learned something new today – I didn’t know that Calla Lilies were indoor plants. Have you tried any other indoor plants that can survive your lively dogs?


  2. BestBeekeeping
    Mar 16, 2023 @ 10:09:30

    Great blog post! I had no idea that calla lilies are indoor plants, I always assumed they were outdoor plants. Do you have any other tips or suggestions for indoor gardening?


  3. Giannis Pit
    Mar 18, 2023 @ 16:33:08

    Hahahahaha, Fairy Queen, I had the same problem with you. Our dog, when he was a baby, he was diging the ground and was uprooting all the little plants. It’s a dog’s habit, you know.
    But, go on my friend. Gardening is life and beauty.
    Have a nice weekend.


  4. thespiritkeeper
    Mar 18, 2023 @ 23:06:30

    Nothing is wasted. Plants that die return to the soil as fertilizer to bring you more beautiful plants. Once an entity life is over it is over. Spirit wanted that soul elsewhere so no regrets. Be well.


  5. Jennifer Arimborgo
    Mar 21, 2023 @ 20:43:21

    These are stunning! Thank you for sharing them πŸ™‚


  6. Eternal Anglo Seax (ᛋᛠᛉ)
    Mar 23, 2023 @ 22:46:27

    Almost time for greening in Maine. So close. πŸ™‚


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