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Q.When To Transplant A Clivia

Zone Ipswich, Ma | Anonymous added on June 3, 2021 | Answered

I have had a Clivia for about 15 years. We first started together as a smallish single plant in a 10 inch plastic pot. It has always been healthy and blooming gorgeous orange flowers – semi-annually at first then becoming once a year. Gradually the single plant has given me four new plants in the same 9″x10″ plastic pot. Today they are all the same size – 17″ at maximum height, and this year no blooms; last year one small bloom from one of the “babies.” It is in indirect light, in an apartment in New England. I have heard that Clivia like to be crowed and will burst out of the pot (plastic pot?) when it is too crowed. If I should transplant, could you please give me instructions. I really to love the Clivias. Thank you. I don’t know how to download a picture (76 yrs old)

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