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CLIVIA: GROWING CLIVIAS FROM SEED: A: Introduction to Clivia seeds: Soon after the plant finished its flowering phase, the berries on the plant will start to develop if they have been properly pollinated. The berries will reach its maximum size but will remain dark green in color for about six months. You can harvest the berries once it starts colouring up and is soft to pressure. This can take from 6 months up to a year after flowering.

CLIVIA: GROWING CLIVIAS FROM SEED: A: Introduction to Clivia seeds: Soon after the plant finished its flowering phase, the berries on the plant will start to develop if they have been properly pollinated. The berries will reach its maximum size but will remain dark green in color for about six months. You can harvest the berries once it starts colouring up and is soft to pressure. This can take from 6 months up to a year after flowering.

How to grow clivia seeds. Split open and remove the seeds, soak them overnight in water and a drop of bleach.

How to grow clivia seeds. Split open and remove the seeds, soak them overnight in water and a drop of bleach.

Pomegranate is one of the nicest fruit trees and perhaps the easiest to grow in pots because it has shallow root system when compared to other fruit trees. Learn How to Grow Pomegranate in Pots

Pomegranate is one of the nicest fruit trees and perhaps the easiest to grow in pots because it has shallow root system when compared to other fruit trees. Learn How to Grow Pomegranate in Pots

Composting Tips: Kick your composting up a notch with these tips. Using this simple 3-bin composter you can turn yard and kitchen waste into rich compost in 4 to 6 weeks. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/garden/composting-tips/view-all

Composting Tips: Kick your composting up a notch with these tips. Using this simple 3-bin composter you can turn yard and kitchen waste into rich compost in 4 to 6 weeks. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/garden/composting-tips/view-all