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Author 'Misette' (Id 18551 ) : Clivia - The plant was in flower this summer. After flowering I have it divided in 3 feet since the plant was huge. I have made it a shade in my garden until today. What should I do this winter? I guess that must be the return but has what temperature maintain it and water it or not? Thank you for your advice.



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> Rosedu73 >Reply Apr 06, 2012
I love this plant, easy to care for, and I have 4 and I think I buy 2 other.
 
> Papy hub >Reply Oct 17, 2009
I love this photo as the flower is one I bought my clivia this spring bloomed in May and July and is surprised he recovers from a new flower that I did not expect ... I'm not agree with everything said ... I had clivia for many years-I ALWAYS GIVE A DRUNK with a fertilizer plant green or flowery as appropriate, the winter once a week in summer every two three days (by cache pots on the balls of clay) and it worked perfectly also to all my orchids (phaléno of (among others) who flourished again with 3 / 4 rods that go up and the flower stems and more on the stems of last year) of still hibiscus flowers and clivia just waiting to bloom (among others), a plant is like us: it needs to eat and drink regularly, in moderation, of course, some may suffer 'abuse' but processed make it good.
 
> Dany >Reply Oct 17, 2009
Nice picture, beautiful flower: 6: A little more information on the Caribbean.
 
> Jonquille70 >Reply Oct 13, 2009
I have already noted perfect! Write more in this case. This photo is what I know of clivia: beautiful flower photo and equally splendid. Bravo.
 
> Marie - thé >Reply Sep 30, 2009
I find this plant very pretty, I have one for 4 years. Today, she did two shoots: 3:
 
> Toutou >Reply May 01, 2009
Super, I have one such: it is a beautiful plant and flowers are really beautiful.
 
> Emile72 >Reply Feb 02, 2009
Hello We have a Clivia that we were given this summer, a spike of flowers came out very nice I came to see the advice given on the site and I will apply: thank you.
 
> Loupilumi >Reply Jan 21, 2009
Very nice image that represents the prime of Clivia, details impressive clarity on all the details. Congratulations and thank you.
 
> Lms >Reply Jan 16, 2009
No comment, flowers brighten my life. I can not imagine living without them.
 
> Georgette >Reply Mar 20, 2008
I find this photo very beautiful, the clivia is a plant that is very colorful, I own one and I find it hard to keep it.
 
> Cobee48 >Reply Nov 03, 2007
Super photo ! I hope that mine will flourish like a date. I received it as a gift this summer, we are on the 1st of November and it is a first flower and there are 2 others that will open, it seems that it is out of season for flowering from what I've read. Your opinion... Thank you
 
> PETITE FAUVETTE >Reply May 01, 2007
Very nice color, I have myself received this year in the same pot, 6 stalks, with flowers of the sort ; to have been hospitalized I have not been able to enjoy it a lot and didn't think to take a photo maybe next year.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 27, 2007
They are beautiful these two flowers of 'Clivia miniata'. The stems are terminated by tufts of flowers bright orange with a yellow heart. They are resplendent on the long stems and leaves of brilliant green. Splendid wallpaper : bravo and thank you.
 
> Bettyboop >Reply Jan 08, 2007
I find this plant beautiful, but hard to make it blossom again.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 21, 2006
It is a plant called 'Clivia' and it is even stated by 'Misette', author of this beautiful photo. To be more precise, I would say that this is a 'Clivia miniata', a plant with rhizomes, forming a clump, evergreen, linear, semi-erect, dark green. Each stem produces an umbel of 10 to 20 flowers in orange or red. This plant needs shade part, and a well-drained soil.
 
> MICKAEL [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 20, 2006
Your flowers are beautiful, what is it like a plant, it is the first time I see this type of flower.
 
> Misette [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 13, 2006
Thank you 'Amateur' for the advice on the clivia. I'm going to leave my 3 pots outside as long as it is good.
 
> Daniel.chastel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 12, 2006
I find that it is a pretty flower, it is especially necessary to protect !!!
 
> Amateur [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 12, 2006
Hello, for the Clivia, I advise the renter in a room quite clear, temperature around 10° c, and especially not over watering, not at all. This plant should vegetate during the winter period.
 
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