Growing Clivas from seeds

Discussion in 'Annual Flowers' started by Swerwer, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. Swerwer

    Swerwer New Member

    How many of you have clivias. Thous that have clivias have you grow them from seeds or did you bay the plant.
     
  2. JohnnyStevens

    JohnnyStevens New Member

    I had propagated clivias from seed. Their bright blooms burst forth in September and instantly banish the last lingering traces of the winter blues. Wash the seeds with an anti-fungal solution or a weak solution of dish washing liquid and water. Fill a seed tray with coarse, damp river sand. Push the seeds into the medium so that about 50% of their surface is above ground. Sprouting should be within 6 weeks. The seedlings are slow-growing, and can remain in their containers for about two years before they will be strong enough to plant out. dig this.
     
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  3. RonsGarden

    RonsGarden Super Moderator Staff Member

    Hi Johnny! Thank you for sharing about growing clivias from seed!
     

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