Oh, Lisa, it's gorgeous! So full, and that green!
Beautiful! That's how mine looked at Thanksgiving! I don't get it...I water it the same and never move it, and it blooms at different times of the year. ?!Enjoy your weekend! ♥
Ohh THAT's how you get them to bloom! I had no idea, I've been keeping mine well watered! Just beautiful.
lovely! I had been told about a diff plant that it needed less in the winter months; perhaps this one is the same? it's beautiful!!!
It's actually dependent on how much light they get (or actually less light) that is beautiful!
What Gail says is right - these should get less light and less water in order to make them set buds. But the library has many windows and some lights which stay on all the time, and I wasn't going to put it in a closet! I decided that the only deprivation I could give it was less water, so that's what I did. It was enough! So, that's what I advise - give it less of what it's used to, beginning sometime in September.
I never give mine much water. It invariably blooms when I'm not there. (It's in the student flat.) But it's smaller than this one - this one is really impressive!
Lovely. What a nice treat in the winter bleak! And we have a matching one at our library! We have another that is more peach colored in bloom, but I sure enjoy this fuchsia one. Ours bloomed at the start of December, but it occasionally blooms other times, too. We've attempted to drown it all to often so now I have my student worker only water it every other week. Its seems much happier.