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hi there, iv just received some clivia plants I brought off trademe which were divided from mature clumps. i was suprised to find they had no roots only bare foliage stems with multiple leaves. the plants are all large in size. googling clivia care and transplanting I can only find that they need to be divided with roots intact. is this the case? Are my new clivia done for?? It looks like the seller intends for the stems to be poked straight into the ground and then root from there?
thanks so much for any help you can give me. Nic

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Hi Nicola, Not sure if that is going to work, I have never successfully grown Clivia from clumps with NO roots. Not saying it is not going to work, but changes are extremely unlikely. They can easily be divided but roots would be essential. Thanks the Palmers team

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