Posted: 15/03/2015 at 19:31
They go semi-dormant in the summer, so I would carry on letting it do it's thing (the leaves are feeding the corm at the moment) and reduce watering in late spring/early summer. Many or most of the leaves will die back and you can remove those as they die. In about September, give it a good watering (stand it in a bowl of water for 30 minutes) and then don't water it again until new growth starts. Once it is growing well, you should water and feed it (eg with baby bio) normally, then you should get flowers for about 3 months over the winter. I always aim to have mine in full bloom at Christmas.
They are easy to grow from seed, but it does take a couple of years before they are big enough to flower.