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How to grow clivia seeds need to be patient as can take four years for Clivia flowers to appear. They love mulch around their root ball
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Clivias; divide plants & grow from seed.
Clivias are fabulous garden plants for shady spots. They also have some of the most spectacular flowers around!You probably know that they're dead-easy to gr...
How to Care for the Clivia Plant
How to Care for the Clivia Plant. The bright orange-to-yellow flowers of clivia plants (Clivia species) add a warm and tropical flair to the landscape. These South African natives produce dark green, sword-shaped leaves that provide a contrasting texture to the foliage of woody evergreen and deciduous plants. Although ...
A Detailed Guide on How to Harvest And Germinate Clivia Seeds
How beautiful the blooms will be, depends a lot upon how well your clivia seeds have been harvested, stored, and germinated. Learn the basics with this article.
Clivia is an indigenous South African beauty that lights up winter. Here's how I propagate them: pick the fat seed pods; peel the fleshy covering; lay each pearl-like seed onto a friable medium; water occasionally. Within a couple of months, they should have rooted and grown a few leaves. I plant out (in shady areas) after about a year. Worth the effort