It's hard to keep the leaves perfect especially when outdoors. It prefers to be kept rootbound and can remain in the same pot for as long as five years. My clivia get those. If you prefere to maintain your privacy, you can gleen alot of information by reading through some of the Company representative comment on November 26, 2017: On Nov 26, 2017 6:58 PM, Clivia USA responded with:First off. ), including propagation, ideal conditions and common pests and problems. The clivia plant, also known as kafir-lily is a beautiful houseplant you can grow relatively easily. Wilting in Dormant Clivias. Watering The Clivia plant is very resilient and can handle time between watering. Clivia requires proper care and maintenance to avoid adverse effects such as leaf spots and yellowing. Here are more details: Plants have long, arching, strap-like leaves (similar to an amaryllis) and produce dense clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers atop 18 to 24 inch Welcome to The Clivia Forum, a free discussion forum for Global Clivia Enthusiasts. I chaulk themup as leaf bumps and bruises when they get tossed around in the wind, bent, or other movement. Here are more details: It may take a while for the plant to recover. Clivia is a plant from South Africa which is used as a house plant in NC. They hate “wet feet” and waterlogging. Since it takes a few years for a clivia plant to bloom, it's best to Clivia miniata can be grown outdoors or indoors as a houseplant. It has long, bright green, strappy leaves and produce strong flower stems topped with heads of large funnel-shaped flowers in shades of yellow, orange and red. … When I got it, there was another good size clivia in the pot with it. Everything you need to know about Clivia (Clivia spp. See more ideas about Spring, Spring 2014, Plants. Clivia, often referred to as kaffir lily or bush lily, belongs to the amaryllis family. The keys to Happy Clivia Clivia are the easiest way to brighten up shady areas of your garden with a blaze of bright orange in September and October. But if most of the foliage on the houseplant changes colour in part or whole there may be a cultural problem, often rectified by paying more attention to watering, feeding or moving the plant to a more suitable position indoors. The loose, cool and composted soil a Clivia enjoys is a haven for these pests to breed in. Brown leaf tips are often the result of root problems, as you've guessed. These should be treated promptly as the earlier they are attended to, the easier treatment should be. When you pull back and downwards, as you normally would to pull a leaf off, they often cling stubbornly to the stem by their wraparound base (sheath). Clivia USA has 11 reviews (2 negative, 9 positive) at the Garden Watchdog. Thorny problems: why won't my clivia plants flower? Root rot, damping off, rusts and mildews and bacterial rot are all likely to come to the fore during long wet weather cycles and if the plants are being over watered. Leaves Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Clivia or kaffir lily (Clivia spp.) While this plant is relatively hardy, it is susceptible to leaf yellowing when grown indoors. Choice A and B in the first section of "My plants have problems" can be used to help with this. They are the causes of diseases like seed rot, root rot, damping-off, rust, leaf spots and bacterial rot. Copper oxychloride (Virikop) apply as a drench to soils – 1.5l/m² (for bacteria and fungus) Furalaxyl (Fongarid) apply as a drench to seedlings and cuttings in pots or beds. The plants with this hard-to-remove leaf type are almost always monocots: plants like agapanthus, agaves, birds of paradise, bromeliads, clivias, New Zealand flaxes ( Phormium ), spathiphyllums and yuccas. I couldn't find an appropriate GW discussion for this, I know Clivias are related so, I thought I would see if any of you might be able to help. A rich bulbous flora, clivia has many societies dedicated to giving information about its growth habits and care.