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The calla is a bulbous plant that is often grown in water, in ponds or in marshy environments. Its rhizomes extend rapidly, after the calla was planted in the spring. The flowering then occurs in May-June, while in late summer the fruits that are red berries ripen. The multiplication takes place through the division of the rhizomes, which are replanted immediately in spring. Being cultivated in marshy soils and in ponds, the calla is not afraid of excess water and will take from the environment in which the necessary amount of water is found, while with regard to fertilization, provide with a liquid fertilizer when the first buds appear.