Watsonia Plants

Watsonia Corms


clachausse added on April 8, 2015 | Answered

When we moved to southern California, I purchased and planted 100 watsonia corms (I also transplanted several of my mature corms from my northern California home, in center of same bed). All produced 2 ft green sword-like leaves (new corms seem to be a bit slimmer than transplanted ones). It took about 3 yrs for the transplants to bloom but none of the now 5 yr old new corms have ever produced the bloom stalk or a bloom, only sword leaves. Do they just need more years to mature or is something wrong? Love these flowers and any help will be appreciated. Carol


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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on April 9, 2015

Though Watsonia does need fertilizer, be careful to not overfeed, as this will cause leaf growth and no flowers. I suspect that may be the isssue.
Here is a link about Watsonia care. Hope this helps to get those blooming for you!

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/watsonia/growing-watsonia-corms.htm

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