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Question: 299-5201
My clivia has not bloomed the last year. When I received it two years ago, it had blooms. I see small knobs at the edge of the pot. Should I cut them off? Debbie, Groton, CT

Mort's Answer:
You need to transplant your clivia into a two inch larger pot. Be sure that the new soil contains a third coarse sand. Clivia miniata blooms in early spring and should not be root bound.

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