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Clivia miniata Belgium Hybrid

Mature tubestock, premium and ready to plant!


Clivia miniata Belgium hybrid, commonly known as "Kaffir Lily" is a clumping plant, performing best in part or full shade situations. The rich green, strappy leaves make them an attractive plant all year round. The flowers are tubular, deep orange and clustered on short stems and create a most spectacular display. Ideal for under-storey planting, their most popular use is as mass plantings at the base of trees/large shrubs. 

Belgium hybrids tend to have a broader leaf and a darker orange flower than Clivia miniata.

Clivias are always a popular choice for a shady spot in the garden – this is because they are low maintenance, low water plants and look fab all year round! 

Quick Facts: 

  • What to use me for: colourful mass planting under trees or large shrubs, spectacular floral display, pots

  • I grow to: 40cm high, 50cm wide

  • I am currently: 10-15cm

  • Where to place me: Part shade or full shade

  • How far to space me: 40cm

Our plants are beautifully grown, mature tube stock with well developed roots. They are guaranteed hardened, can be planted directly into the ground and are excellent performers for your garden.

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door.

Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently

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