Cala Lilies Light And Shadow
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Two Cala Lilies capturing light and shadow taken in our garden. The container garden we used for these lilies had at least 10 come up at the same time. I enjoy their unique shape and loved the colors of these.
A calla lily has large green leaves sometimes colored with lighter spots. They come from bulbs and are very easily grown in most warm climates. The beautiful flowers that they produce are said to resemble paper rolled into the shape of a tulip. They come in a variety of different colors with orange being one of the most common. Although called lily they are not in the lily family but are named lilies because some of them resemble lilies. They are actually genus zantedeschia which is now called genus calla for obvious reasons.
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July 25th, 2012
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