Answer: Calla lilies will grow in full sun to part afternoon shade, providing the soil is moist yet well-draining. I wonder if the planting site is next to a sidewalk or building where excessive heat can be radiated back into the planting bed? Overly warm conditions could make the flowers droop. If the calla is planted in such a site, I'd suggest moving it to a site that gets morning sunshine and afternoon shade. If you decide to move your pink calla, be sure to incorporate lots of organic matter into the soil prior to planting to help hold moisture yet drain well. When you water your calla, apply water slowly so it has a chance to trickle down and wet the entire root mass. Hope this information helps!
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