Clivia

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    Clivia @ Kiyosumi Shirakawa
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    Clivia @ Kiyosumi Shirakawa
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    Clivia @ Kiyosumi Shirakawa

Basic information

Flower Name
Clivia
Formal Name
Clivia miniata
Alias
Clivia
Habitat
South Africa
Morph
Semi cold years grass

Comment

What is Clivia

Clivia (scientific name:Clivia miniata) is native to South Africa, is a half-hardy perennial of the family Amaryllidaceae. Cymes from elongated stem tips came out from between the leaves in spring, flowers of 5-8; Flower color is red red common, pale yellow, white, or pink.The leaves are narrow, middle, forb, variegated and macular Mudeung, variety.Agapanthus is called murasaki kunsyrin is another genus of plants(agapanthus) .

Clivia (scientific name: Clivia miniata) is native to South Africa and is semi-cold-resistant perennial of the genus Higambuna. In the spring, spread the inflorescence from the tip of the elongated flower stem which comes out from between the leaves and attach 5 to 8 flowers. Flower color is usually vermillion red, other, pale yellow, white, pink color. Leaves are rich in leaves, medium leaves, broad leaves, variegated / spotless, etc. Flower language is "sincere". It is based on the fact that the flower name is Kunsi in Japanese meaning of English emperor). It is similar to Agapanthus , but it is a plant of another genus.

Detailed information

Order
Asparagales
Family
Amaryllidaceae
Genus
Clivia
Species
C. miniata
Flower language
Faithfulness (Mar 05, Mar 15)
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
Infundibular
Leaf type
Linear
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Garden
Color
Orange, Yellow, White
Season
MarAprMay
Height
45 ~ 60 [cm]
Diameter
5 ~ 7

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