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Re: Clivia bloom was: Island Jim photos link.... new pics

In a message dated 3/22/03 1:48:51 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:

>plus actually feeding the poor thing during its active growth
>period; something I'm usually pretty lax about.
Marge, this is something I need to address.  I do winter mine in the house 
but we do keep our temps cool.  63 is the highest furnace setting and 59-60 
at night but that is much above your 40.  Mine always blooms in summer 
outside on the north facing covered front porch.

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