Zantedeschia A. and "White Giant" help
OK here's the deal, I live in the San Diego area where most large white callas can be in bloom all year round if given enough water in summer. I've only grown them a couple years so I don't know if they look bad in the winter where it gets down to 40s.
I see callas elsewhere with big, lush, green, and shiny leaves. Mine have chlorosis or yellowing sometimes and thus don't look as great.
Also The "White Giant" with spots that I bought last fall grows SO slow and the leaves are kinda pale green and just wondering what's going on.
First, does "White Giant" naturally grow slower than regular Zantedeschia A.? Also, does "White Giant" handle wet soils as well as the regular Zan. A.?
I also think the soil in the container I transplanted the White Giant into compacts way too easy. Can they live with compaction OK? I added some mulch on top to see if that will aerate the soil over time.
Please any ideas? Thanks.