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  • Its flowers are red, orange or yellow, sometimes with a faint, but very sweet perfume.
  • Clivias  are herbaceous plants with long, slender green leaves. The flowers, which can be yellow, orange or red, grow as individual blooms on the tip of an umbel, which stands as a hardy stalk above the green foliage below.
  • These flowers have a bell shape to them and make for beautiful additions to a flower arrangement. Clivias do not form bulbs, but they do produce berries as fruits. It grows to a height of about 45 cm (18 in), and flowers are red, orange or yellow, sometimes with a faint, but very sweet perfume. It is sometimes known in cultivation as “Kaffir lily” (a term considered offensive in South Africa). The same name is also applied to the genus Hesperantha. It contains small amounts of lycorine, making it poisonous.
  • Sunlight These plants do best as part-time outdoor plants, spending the summers outside in a shady spot with no direct sunlight. Bring them in during the winter rest period and keep in a lit but cool location.
    Watering Suspend water during the winter and resume again in the late winter or early spring.
    Soil A standard potting mix should be fine.
    Temperature With a minimum temperature of 10 C (50 F)
    Fertilizer During the growing season, fertilize every week with a weak liquid fertilizer. It also works to include controlled-release fertilizer pellets in the soil.

Clivia  is the ideal plant for the shade garden or for containers. It purifies the air.

  • One adult plant can absorb one liter of impure air and release 80% of oxygen overnight
  • It performs photosynthesis under very weak light
  • 3-4 plants are enough in a room for absorbing smoke and other contaminants

All parts of the plant are slightly poisonous. Hence, the pot should never be placed within reach of small children and pets.