- Flower nameClivia
- Scientific nameClivia miniata
- Aliasウケザキクンシラン, 受け咲き君子蘭, クリビア, Clivia, 君子蘭
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
- Language of flowersFaithfulness
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.