Pink Calla Lily

A Beginner's Guide to Pink Calla Lily Plant Care | All you Need to Grow

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Common Name: Pink Calla Lily
Botanical Name: zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Millenium Queen’

Now that the Pink Calla Lily has arrived, it’s seriously summer! At least it feels like it with the vibes this bright and vibrant plant brings! Add this gorgeous plant to your home for a little piece of sunshine that you won’t want to miss. 
This plant is a must-need, so get it while you can! We highly recommend this Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Millennium Queen’! 

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When grown indoors, pink Calla Lily needs full sun or very intense indirect light. If your plant doesn’t get 6-8 hours of intense bright light, it will begin to decline. 


Your Pink Calla Lillie’s roots can never dry out completely. Be prepared to soak the soil every time you water this plant and drain any extra water from the grow pot or cover the pot in which you display your plant. Watering should be reduced once the plant enters dormancy. This is usually during the winter months. 


You might need to transplant it yearly, depending on how fast your Pink Calla Lily grows. We recommend using a soil mixture rich in organic matter, has good drainage, and is light and loose. Most bagged potting soil will be fine, but avoid potting mixes that contain moisture-retaining crystals, as they can keep the soil wet for long periods. This can lead to root damage. Be adventurous and learn how to create your own universal potting soil mixture!


Pink Calla Lilies love warm temperatures, but they will grow perfectly fine in average household temperatures between 65-75°F. Please keep it away from cold windows and frequently used doors in winter to extend their blooming period. This plant is cold-sensitive, and prolonged exposure to icy air will cause severe damage to the foliage and flowers!


Extra dampness in the air will help keep your Pink Calla Lily quenched and healthy, but it is not essential if you are using it to decorate a table setting or for your holiday decor. If you intend to keep it as a houseplant, consider increasing the humidity around it to keep its leaf tips from browning. A naturally humid spot, like a kitchen or bathroom, is a good fit. Using a humidifier or a pebble tray with water can give your Pink Calla Lily some extra moisture and is a good solution during the winter or in a dry climate. Learn how to increase the humidity of your houseplants!


Pink Calla Lilies do not require a lot of feeding or fertilizing after they have started to bloom. Water with a ¼-strength diluted complete liquid fertilizer every few weeks, a few months before they are estimated to bloom! Hold off on fertilizing the plant during the fall and winter after it has gone dormant!

Growth Rate

A Pink Calla Lily plant is a fast-growing indoor plant that can grow to 24" in height when given proper care during the growing season! The flowers (spathes) can reach up to 3 in size. It will rarely grow taller than 36", but it can spread out horizontally if re-potted into a larger container.

Pet Friend or Foe

Pink Calla Lily plants are toxic to pets! Foe!

Pro Tips

1. Pink Calla Lily plants will not tolerate low and freezing temperatures.

2. Ensure your plant's roots never dry out completely.

3. Keep your Pink Calla Lily away from heating and air conditioning vents.

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