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Description for Clivia Miniata, Kaffir lily
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.
Planting and care
Caring for Clivia Miniata
- These plants are relatively heavy feeders and yellow, washed-out leaves and no offsets frequently mean the plant is underfertilized. To prolong flowering, remove older flower stalks by snipping them at the base near the leaves.
Also, to keep your plant looking its best, occasionally wipe down or mist the leaves to prevent the collection of dust.
Typical uses of Clivia Miniata
Ornamental use: These flowers have a bell shape to them and make for beautiful additions to a flower arrangement.
Medicinal use: The Clivia miniata has medicinal uses. In its natural state, it is used in its entirety, and is effective in treating pain, muscle stimulation, uterine stimulation and fever. Different parts of the plant are used for different applications.
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Great plant..looked nice.
Absolutely no complaints! Beautiful plant, great packaging, prompt delivery.
Looking Good ....survived!!!!!!
I like the plant, this is the only plant survive 7 days in traffic and after 2 days it becomes healthier again.
Very nice plant. Got delivered with very good condition. Gonna order one more