Do you have anything needed to grow kale flowers? If I can, you can too! By the end of April, some bulbs had been sent for testing. My first flower was around June 1 and I still have dozens of flowers and I can see more coming, but like you, I still doubt myself.
There were six versions of the new Be My Calla series from Proven Winners next year for my test box. There were five bulbs of each type that looked like small crackers or rocks. I was also given pots of the same size as those used for chrysanthemums. I immediately emailed him and asked him if I should grow it as a transplant, or I could simply put the bulbs in the ground. There was no response, saying that I was a Czech jerk tester, not a plane, but a Kala flower.
My wife, Jan, told me that she loved the Kala flowers and that she once rented a house. Somehow, I just wanted to know if she liked it or not. So that’s all my experience with kala flowers, and as far as I know, I haven’t seen bulbs or plants for sale. But the real pressure was to say I loved them, which meant I had to plant them.
In collaboration with my other flowers, I decided to plant five bulbs of each type. This means that it grows a lot in the main pollen garden. I got to plan for a special design and describe how he trained.
I used Twist and Plant Auger attached to my drill to sow. I planted them 3 to 4 inches deep and about 10 inches wide. The south was like a jungle for most of the summer, and everything exploded. Although the five bulb categories can’t create a catalog-like look, Holy Wow, I didn’t expect them to be so beautiful and they give a long lasting look. As I got older, I didn’t expect them to give me more glowing colors. The leaf, in writing, is also a true display.
I ended up creating Kala Lily visuals with the merger. Some were planned, others just happened. I may not have planned the red carriers and the yellow my sunscreen to cooperate, but they did. It may not seem like a real Kala Lily professor, but guess what, she’s a happy wife! This happened all over the garden, but the train broke down.
In this special area, I planned to grow a long red Abyssinian banana at the annual hibiscus night in the new summer. Be My Calla Prince Kala flowers should have been perfect partners. The debris occurred when a chipmanck entered a plant that looked very perfect. Ali, a 110-pound Dutch shepherd who lives with me, saw this and said, “Wait, Grandma, I’m going to take that chipman.” Bananas and chipsman come in handy, everything else is on the list.
The six of my kala lilies should be as yellow as my sun, and they should look like hot oranges with fiery red tips. Be My Heart is a deep dark burgundy that blends well with all the other colors. Be My Princess She is a shiny pink and will be a hit for the princesses in your house. Deep burgundy steals your red heart. Let the last two be my prince, I think deep pink with white edges, and sensual purple-pink.
Be it my Kala flowers from certified winners, they are actually easy and recommended to grow as an annual age in zones 8a and tropical. They can also grow in landscapes, containers, and indoor areas. Next year seems to be packed with great new plants and my kale flowers will definitely hit.
Norman Winter is a gardener and national gardener. He is a former director of Coastal Georgia Gardens. Follow Norman Winter’s “Garden Guy” on Facebook. See more photos and columns by Norman Winter at SavannahNow.com/lifestyle/home-garden/.