Recent wiki additions--Lachenalia

John Bryan
Wed, 21 Apr 2004 09:24:35 PDT
Dear Tsuh:
I think you have two choices. 1 = be patient, 2= Remove the small
bulblets and grow them on, each in its own space. In good soil, where
they are at the moment the soil may be too tired, not enough ROOM ETC.,
they will no doubt grow at a greater rate and thus flower earlier than
if left with the parent bulb. Cheers, John E. Bryan

piaba wrote:
> i have a question about Lachenalia aloides
> quadricolor.  my plant bloomed the first year that it
> was purchased (as bulbs).  since then, it has produced
> an enormous quantity of small bulblets but the bulbs
> do not grow large enough to bloom.  i heard the same
> experience from other growers.  any thoughts on this?
> tsuh yang
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