Clivia Plants


Anonymous added on April 18, 2017 | Answered

After my Clivia plant bloomed, there appeared what looked like small red berries. It has been like that for a year. I have finally cut the stem off - have I ruined anything?

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Answered on April 19, 2017

When the seeds turned to yellow or red, they were mature and can be removed from the plant. These matured seeds can be germinated into new plants.
You can remove the seeds and just toss. You did not harm your plant in any way.

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