Clivia miniata growing herbaceous geophyte of the genus Clivia also known as Natal lily, bush lily or Kaffir lily, Clivia miniata perennial evergreen plant, used as ornamental plant and as cut flower, can grow in tropic, mediterranean, subtropical climate or as houseplant and growing in hardiness zone 10b+.
Leaves color green in narrow linear shape grow in rosette structure.
Clivia miniata flower
Flower fragrant color can be: red, orange or yellow in trumpet shape, flowers grow on stem connect in clusters.
Clivia miniata for sale – Seeds or Plants to Buy How to grow Clivia miniata growing and care:
Moist soil, about 10C
Plant / Bulbs / Seed / Vegetative reproduction What is the best way to start growing? No Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction? Fruit poisonous Difficulties or problems when growing: Spring, summer, autumn in hardiness zone 10b and hotter zones and as houseplant all year Planting season: Slugs when it’s young Pests and diseases: All year Pruning season: Bloom stems and dead leaves How to prune: 30-50cm, 12-20 inches Size of the plant: Medium growing Growth speed in optimal condition: Average amount of water Water requirement: Full shade Light conditions in optimal condition for growing: Yes Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant? Yes Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers: Blooming information Summer / Autumn Bloom season? Trumpet shape flower in colors: red, orange or yellow, flowers grow on stem connect in clusters General information about the flower: Scientific name:
Blooming Seasons Autumn flowers Summer flowers Flower colors Orange flower Red flower Yellow flower Climate Mediterranean Climate Subtropics Climate Tropics Climate Ornamental parts Ornamental flower Ornamental leaves Ornamental plant Plant growing speed Plant life-form Evergreen Geophyte Herbaceous Perennial plant Plant Uses Floristry Fragrance Indoor plants Ornamental plants Planting Season Autumn Planting Spring Planting Summer planting Winter planting Plants sun exposure Watering plants Hardiness zone Hardiness zone 10 Hardiness zone 11 Hardiness zone 12 Hardiness zone 13