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WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Posted by greengirl2009 10 (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 12, 13 at 18:50

Hello. Anyone growing Clivia? I am very interested in having one for my home & have been searching for a plant but can not find one locally. Would appreciate and information you can share. Thanks much.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

You can usually find them for sale when they are in bloom in the summer. I've even seen them at Home Depot here in Raleigh.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

I have seen in few nurseries in charlotte.

Round Tree plantation
Oakdale green house
growers outlet near south blvd and pineville matthews road.

all the best.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Bunti,
Thanks much. I am two hours away so I will call for availability next week. Appreciate your response.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Bunti,
Thanks much. I am two hours away so I will call for availability next week. Appreciate your response.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Bunti,
Thanks much. I am two hours away so I will call for availability next week. Appreciate your response.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Round tree nursery is having them... I always visit them. they do have good size plants.

clivia miniata is for 34.99
clivia miniata yellow for 39.99

in 3 gallon pot. with one huge plant and 3 small plant. they needs to be replanted into a bigger pot, roots are over grown.

oakdale is having small plants among all.
Round tree is the best.
I do remember seeing them in campbell nursery too.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Bunti,
Greatly appreciate your assistance. Went to Roundtree on Friday and purchased the 'last one'. Very healthy and quite large. Thanks again.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Bunti,
Greatly appreciate your assistance. Went to Roundtree on Friday and purchased the 'last one'. Very healthy and quite large. Thanks again.


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

Glad you found one. did you buy yellow and orange?


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RE: WANTED: Clivia anyone?

It is Yellow.


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