Temperature Differentials for Resting Period, and Flowering Cycle
I do not know how to solve some problems that I will soon face.
Clivias need at least a couple of months of cooler temps. and dryish, bright, growing conditions to trigger the flowering response...right? I'm growing my Clivias next to a very sunny sliding glass door in my kitchen. The leaves almost touch the glass. Now, day temps. can go into the high 60s in the winter months, but drop down to 60 degrees only at night. Is this enough of a temp. differential for the flowering cycle? Short of cracking open the sliding door at night to let cold air in, I see no way to realistically lower the temps. without freezing myself. I have no other areas in the house that will fill the cultural lighting requirements these Clivia need.
What do I do now??? Any suggestions, or, am I overly concerned?