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Re: Clivia
  • Subject: Re: Clivia
  • From: Cersgarden@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2012 08:36:51 -0400 (EDT)

Jim, I still have the yellow Clivia.   I have grown several from seeds 
however mine did not take so long to mature on the mother plant.   My conclusion 
is it takes a lot from the mother plant when the seeds are left on and 
reduces the future bloom.   Perhaps I should have fertilized more to compensate. 
My plants are large enough now that babies are produced regularly.   
     This is a nightmare of a growing season.   We are going to get a break 
from the 90s this week.   Thur temps are predicted at 69 and even some 
rain.   Hurrah!   I can't imagine what will be left to bloom in August.   And 
what will the fall be?
     Carolyn (Ceres)

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