Question on Clivia

Ina Crossley
Thu, 25 Aug 2011 22:09:05 PDT
For what it is worth, here I can grow them outside.  They get no water 
and are in total shade, no sun at all.  I have all different ones, some 
red, some creamy white (that one is gorgeous) and various orange and 
also yellow.

Which I got as I belong to a Clivia club.

They eventually grow into big clumps, which when the clump gets too big, 
some of them die off in the middle and get replaced by the plant itself.

They flower happily.

Hope that is some help.

Ina    Auckland, New Zealand  Where the weather is actually lovely and 
spring like.

On 26/08/2011 11:30 a.m., wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I bought my first clivia (labeled yellow flowered clivia). I'm a Lilium guy and I have little or no knowledge on how to grow it well and I'm looking for advice.
> It is in a seven inch plastic pot and the plant has 17 leaves and is about 27 inches high. It is outside (half shaded area) and has been since early July
> What size pot should it be repotted into and what is the best time to replant it. Also what type of mix should it be planted in.
> Thanks in advance,
> Eric Duma
> Western New York
> Zone 5b
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