Planting calla bulbs can be easy they are adaptable to the ground or in containers. I prefer containers because callas look pretty and are easy to bring indoors during the winter months. ( These plants are frost-tender, so they need to be brought indoors when it starts getting really cold at night.
To plant them, fill a large container with good quality potting soil and set the bulbs about 4 inches deep into the soil. Water well and place the container in partial shade. Callas accept sun or shade, but do best in a location that gets bright, filter light. Make sure if you plant them outside to wait until the last frost to prevent them from dying.
If you decide to plant the bulbs outside in the ground, it can be easy too. Select the same growing conditions (light & soil) and plant them at the same depth as you would grow in the container. In the autumn before it frost dig the plant up and store the bulbs indoors. Have you planted these flowers before? leave a comment if you have these flowers in your garden!