Clivia miniata x Miyaki Grandiflora
Vibrant orangey red. Prolific and vigorous. Large mature flowering sized plants – great value! Great for mass planting.
A native of South Africa, Clivia are best suited to a shaded location in a fairly frost free garden. They are perfect planted in groups under trees or on that dry south side of the house. Typically, they flower from late winter through to spring, after which ornamental red berries often appear to provide you with additional interest.
Clivia also make stunning container plants being easy care and preferring to be root bound.
0.5m | $12.50
Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
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Cuphea micropetala (Candy Corn or Mexican Giant Cigar Plant)
An interesting shrubby perennial from Mexico. Masses of tubular orangey-red and yellow flowers from winter to late spring. Can tolerate sunny, dry conditions. Looks great in the garden alongside Streptosolen jamesonii. Popular for birds.
1.5m | $16
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