- Jun 23, 2016
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I live in a Zone 3b climate zone. I was given a Clivia in the summer of 2019. She was outdoors that summer and then spent last winter indoors - no direct sunlight but in a bright spot. She lived at my mother-in-law's and did quite well. This past summer, I had her outdoors where she receive a small amount of sun at the end of the day. Otherwise she was in shade and thrived. Now I have brought her indoors. This year, she is at my house and in bright light during the day but no direct sunlight. Over summer, she received lots of water and by the time I brought her indoors about a month ago, the soil was very wet and it has taken until today to dry out, according to my meter. In fact, the meter still shows a little moisture still in the soil. The leaves are turning yellow and the ones that are still green aren't looking very healthy either. I gave her lots of fertilizer over summer and, as I said, she thrived. Now I am at a loss. I thought that her place in my home would be ideal. I need help for this poor baby! I don't want to lose her!