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I bought a Zantedeschia Picasso plant last year . I got about 4/5 blooms. Ovver the winter I dried off the bulbs and replanted them in a wooden tub this year ,It started to grow got two blooms but they remained very small, meanwhile the leafs got bigger and plentiful but no more blooms appeared. I have watered them frequently also fed them about once a week .The plant has got bigger but no more blooms. Please tell me where I've gone wrong?



You shouldn't have dried it off - these plants like moist situations, and in autumn, tender ones like this should be brought either into a frost free greenhouse, or indoors, and kept as plants in pots until placing back outside the following summer.

17 Aug, 2010

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