Clivia Lily Bulbs
The Clivia Lily originated from an African flowering plant with underground rhizomes that produce dark green, strap-like leaves that closely resemble the leaves of the amaryllis plant. The inflorescence is bright cluster of cup-like, orange blooms sometimes centered with a yellow throat. Clivia Lily clumped rhizomes usually divide annually and can be easily separated. A Clivia rhizome should be planted in heavy shade, and never in full sun, because
serious leaf burn will occur that weakens the plant and stops flowering in the future. The rhizomes should be grown with moderate compost to help hold moisture in droughts. When given proper growing conditions, the clivia will produce multiple stalks that are topped with around 20 flowers each.