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Major Garden’s Clivia (Clivia gardenii)

Major Garden’s Clivia (Clivia gardenii)

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$29.95
R2221-4

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4" Pot Size
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Major Garden’s Clivia (Clivia gardenii)
Just as resilient and indestructible as the standard clivia, Major Garden’s Clivia is highly sought after for its slender, tubular flowers that appear in pendulous clusters of orange blossoms with green tips. This South African species blooms from April to June and sometimes flowers will form again in the fall. It has the same growth habitat as Clivia miniata so its culture is much the same: provide water, fertilizer and good light in the summer and make sure to keep it drier and cooler in the fall to promote flowering. Major Garden’s Clivia is a great plant for the windowsill as it tolerates periods of dryness and low light and will still flower with regularity.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 1.5'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 33
  1. Its blooming!!! Review by Vera
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    I ordered this Clivia this summer. I potted it up with another Clivia and it has done well since. I have had the orange clivia since the early 1970s when I grew it from seed. In the fall I bring them inside and place in a cool spot beside a window. This morning I noticed this plant was blooming. I did not expect blooms until the spring at the earliest. It took the orange one several years to bloom and when they are repotted mine often don't bloom for years. You can see why I am so excited to see blooms on this plant. My son has been watering it a little each week. I don't water during the winter but he feels they do better with some watering. Thank you. (Posted on 12/1/2018)