A Question for Haemanthus Experts

Eugene Zielinski eez55@earthlink.net
Thu, 24 Aug 2017 11:02:22 PDT

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>From: Eugene Zielinski 
>Sent: Aug 23, 2017 5:29 PM 
>To: PBS List 
>Subject: A Question for Haemanthus Experts 
>Hello PBS Forum Members.
>We received a question about Haemanthus humilis (Giant Form). If you can address Victoria's concerns, please reply to her personally <victoriavdbeek@gmail.com>. Or, you can reply to me and I will forward your message.
>Eugene Zielinski
>Prescott Valley, AZ
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>>Subject: PBS website contact:///Haemanthus/ Humilis Giant Form
>>Hi Eugene, 
>>I have a very small Haemanthus Humilis Giant Form that\'s not doing very well. 
>>I bought about 5 months ago and it was very perky and looking good. The seller recommended repotting it because the roots were so large it was about to break it\'s plastic pot. I repotted to the next size up and it was doing well for a while and now that we\'ve hit winter in Melbourne, Australia, it\'s started to spot, split on the leaves and droop overall. 
>>It\'s always been kept inside in an average temp room, bright light and no drafts or direct sun. I water occasionally, not letting the soil completely dry out. I\'ve never changed it\'s position or how I care for it. 
>>I have some photos I\'d love to share - it\'s condition isn\'t anything I can find information about online. 
>>Thank you in advance, 
>>Pacific Bulb Society web site
>>email: website@pacificbulbsociety.org
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