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Excellent discussion of clivia terminology/ breeding

Posted by rredbbeard SE CT USA/zone 6 (rredbbeard@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Mar 13, 11 at 9:59

I found this site while browsing this morning and it explains a lot:

http://www.loeriasclivias.co.za/chinese.html

Have fun!

--Rr


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RE: Excellent discussion of clivia terminology/ breeding

Redbeard, thank you! I'm a relative newbie with clivias and the terminology definitions are scarce and often confusing. I have a few seedlings from China, also about 20 offspring from my Home Depot specimen. I got inspired last spring and pollinated its 2 blooms with a q-tip. All but 3 seeds from both have grown. Will find homes for most of the HD seedlings, now that I've become aware of how large the plants will become..... I have a couple of Painted Face, one variegated, 3 yellow, all from Chinese seeds. I live in Northern Michigan and the plants can take over the house in the long winter....
annelida


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RE: Excellent discussion of clivia terminology/ breeding

Hi Redbeard, you sent me some clivia seeds and amerylis, wanted to thank you and update you. The Amerylis(sp), have sptouted after soaking for 2 weeks (cut little babies now), and the clivia have sprouted and are very slowley growing! THANKS AND MORE THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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RE: Excellent discussion of clivia terminology/ breeding

The fella whos site that is is a good breeder too :)

He got hurt recently but I think hes up and about again. I link to his site from mine actually since his chinese page is so nicely done.

-Jon


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