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Why does my blood lily not flower?

Has been in a pot for some years, large, healthy leaves. Has full sun, fertilizer in spring (usually osmacote). I also have a plant in the shade, equally large, strappy leaves.

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#1 Comment By theficuswrangler On 05/30/2014 @ 4:02 am

When plants don’t flower, the two most likely reasons are not enough sun, and too much nitrogen. Doing some research on these spectacular plants, I see recommendations for open potting medium similar to orchids; partial (50%) sun, and keeping them pot-bound. This article might give you some ideas: [1]

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