Mine skipped flowering this year, although it has nice leaves and looks solid. Could this be to much light, or possibly too much fertilizer?
Mine are sitting outside and grumping, too! And I'm blaming too much light and not enough food...
I think they got their rest period before spring. I haven't noticed any new leaves, though. And I know for sure that I haven't slipped them any high potash feeds for a while.
I'll see what a few doses of tomato food will do.
And you could see if a spell of less water/more rest will do the trick for you.
Fingers crossed for both of us!
I keep my albiflos in my chilly kitchen where it's getting less light during (northern hemisphere) winter than before. Water is reduced, and the plant has 4 rather large leaves, so it doesn't look unhappy. I forget when these flower, but it's overdue for repotting regardless...maybe repotting sooner is better?
I also have a couple of h. coccineus that I bought last year--nothing from them either, but I think they're spring bloomers, and the bulbs, now dormant, may be too small at 1.25" diameter. Definitely in need of repotting.
(Would you believe I finally found a boophone seed source!?)