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Offline Elke

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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #75 on: March 13, 2015, 18:47:51 »
Thanks, Maria. Is there something with your computer that you have difficulties with logging in the forum?

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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #76 on: March 13, 2015, 20:51:27 »
A little comment on first flower vs later years flowers

First time flowers....its the same plant as with my granddaughter, I postet a couple of days ago!
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And I have moore examples of the same.
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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #77 on: March 14, 2015, 01:48:05 »
Elke...I don't think it's my computer as I can log in and post messages and pictures in other forums that I go to. The error and unavailable code shows up also when I use my iphone in logging in here. Anyway, Facebook has been very convenient for me with my family, friends, hippeastrum/amaryllis group and clivia group all in there.  So I stay there most of the time.

Lionel...I have never been gone and have always been here.  This error and unavailable code have just transformed me from an active member to a lurker as posting messages and pictures here has been very hard for me.
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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #78 on: March 25, 2015, 16:23:34 »
Lady Clive,
Thank you for this photo. It is a wonderful plant.

Maria,
I am not registered on Facebook. What I can see there are only pictures and no discussions about clivias. Or cannot one see them, if one is not registered there?

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Elke



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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #79 on: March 25, 2015, 16:24:50 »
Dear All,
This is a seedling blooming for the first time I got from seeds as a bonus from an American breeder. The plant is huge contrary to the European clivias. It is about 70 cm high. I am sure that the quantity of the buds will improve next year.

I am unsure whether the height of the umbel will improve during the years. I had a look at the roots, they are very healthy. But perhaps I did not feed this plant enough. What do you think?

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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #80 on: March 31, 2015, 14:34:15 »
Here are such a lot of experienced members, when I have a look at the online list. I cannot imagine that no one can answer to my above question. Please be so kind!

My favorite clvia is blooming at the moment. Please have a look at the nice high peduncle.

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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #81 on: March 31, 2015, 15:15:14 »
Hello Elke ,
                 I for one cannot say for sure why the umbel is not presenting satisfactorily ... could be malnourished , could be growing conditions or it could be genetic . I would say you would be the best judge . Try again next year and see and let us know what you did differently . Frankly , I think you are as good a grower as the rest of us .
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Re: Is it time to say "Goodbye"?
« Reply #82 on: April 01, 2015, 15:38:15 »
                 I for one cannot say for sure why the umbel is not presenting satisfactorily ... could be malnourished , could be growing conditions or it could be genetic . I would say you would be the best judge . Try again next year and see and let us know what you did differently .

Lionel,
Thank you very much for your reply. I hoped that someone would say that it is 100 % a genetic problem. Then I could give away this plant with good conscience and could safe space for other plants.

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Frankly , I think you are as good a grower as the rest of us .
Thank you very much for this complimentary statement, but I still have to learn some details about clivia culture.

Kind regards,
Elke

 


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