Clivia - Plant description - Clivia are one of the few plants that will grow and flower happily under trees and in shade, and are low maintenance, and so are deservedly popular. Evergreen, strappy leaf plants that grow from stocky rhizomes, they will grow into large clumps that can be divided. They have large heads of bright trumpet shaped flowers, mostly in spring, followed by bright red large seeds which are also decorative. Clivia will grow happily in large pots as well, so can be moved…
Why Are My Clivia Leaves Turning Yellow?) are tender bulbs related to amaryllis. Whether grown inside or out, the plants have few problems but are particular about their care. One common problem is yellowing leaves.
A Detailed Guide on How to Harvest And Germinate Clivia Seeds
Growing Clivias from Seed. Open the fruit carefully and remove all the soft pulp as well as the loose fitting membranes that keep the Clivia seeds together. Clean this properly and wash the seeds with an anti fungal solution or a weak solution of dishwashing liquid.
How to grow clivia mirabilis from seed. The first step is thus to clean the seed properly before planting it, by washing it an anti-fungal liquid and dipping it a diluted liquid like Sporekill. Thereafter let the seeds dry out and give them a little bit of weak sunlight.