Crinum question

Randall P. Linke
Fri, 11 Nov 2011 13:44:46 PST
Thank you for the info, I was thinking 5 gallons would work well.

My clump of C. moorei, which is blooming now, are in a 15 gallon pot, and I
have a few other things in 20 gallon pots, so I know all about  how hard
they are to move.  I have my dwarf citrus trees in half wine barrels, which
is why they are still sitting at a friend's house.  Not that they mind,
they are getting all my lemons.

I have several other crinums and an abundance of 5 gallon cans, so if I can
manage to mix enough soil I will get them all moved up and maybe I will
start to get some bloom.

Thanks again,

On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 1:19 PM, P. C. Andrews <> wrote:

> " Dave Lehmiller, the real expert, recommends 20-inch to
> > 24-inch containers for crinums, one bulb per container. These would work
> > fine if you owned a forklift, I'm thinking. "
> Hi Jim-
> An appliance hand truck works fine with those larger pots.  The strap lets
> you tilt them onto the cart without dumping them.
> Regards,
> Phil
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