Answer: Dogwoods grow best in rich, loose, acidic soils with plenty of moisture. They love moisture and humidity. A greenhouse situation, where you can control the environment will ensure success. Outdoors, unless you set up a misting system to increase humidty, they will just wither away. The native soil can be amended with copious amounts of compost or peatmoss to make it more hospitible to your callas.
Good luck in your endeavor!
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