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clivia

African plant in the family Liliaceae; the bulbs of the plant contain toxic lycorine.
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There, in full bloom, were some 400 mature specimens of clivia.
When writing the first of this paper back on January 1, the temperature had risen to 48[degrees]F and I had moved my South African Clivia outside to help induce flowering.
Clivia miniata is not the easiest plant to have around.
Finally, even houseplants such as the clivia can be stood out of doors during more favourable conditions.
The clivia, with its dark, glossy leaves and clusters of exotic trumpet-shaped flowers, once considered `old-fashioned', is gaining in popularity again, especially during the Christmas season.
Eucomis produce long strappy leaves, similar to that of a clivia or amaryllis.
In my experience Christmas and Easter cactus, the Money tree (Crassula arborescens) and the wonderful Clivia miniata, with its handsome strap-like leaves and tangerine-orange tubular flowers, take on a new lease of life with an airing.
The uncertainty over the proposed aluminium smelter at Umm Said near Doha has left potential Western partners such as Clivia House of Britain and Pechiney of France frustrated.
For example, the European perspective will be reviewed in a plenary talk titled, "Nanophotonics: a research agenda from the perspective of the NoE PHOREMOST," by Clivia M.
Easy begonia rex, orange-flowered clivia miniata and the fragrant climber stephanotis thrive on neglect in my house.