Growing an assortment of potted plants throughout the winter months is just one way for gardeners to remain sane when they are unable to work the soil. Besides adding visual interest and appeal indoors, several studies have shown that houseplants help improve mood. Clivia, also known as bush lily, is just one example of a winter blooming tropical sure to brighten the day of its growers with vibrant clusters of orange flowers. Caring for this plant is relatively simple. However, there are some clivia plant problems and clivia plant diseases to consider. What’s Wrong with My Clivia Plant? Like many tropical houseplants, this ornamental is valued for its beauty. Even when not in bloom, clivia containers are often overflowing with glossy dark green foliage. It is easy to understand the cause for alarm when clivia issues begin to show themselves. Houseplants may be more susceptible to problems related to watering […]
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