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I have had this a couple of years but this is the first time it has flowered. the flowers are creamy yellow with green tips. the leaf base looks just like a clivia but the leaves grow to about 2.5 feet long.
You'd likely know if you had a yellow Clivia. They're enormously expensive. It does rather resemble one... I'd not expect it to bloom until February or so. Maybe it just likes you a WHOLE LOT and is blooming early. I like the green tips on the flowers. Wish I were more help. :)perL
Well, the colour can vary quite a bit. There is a picture of C.gardenii in the Kirstenbosch booklet 'Grow Clivias' which is a lot paler than the one in the link above. It could well be, and it certainly is special!
I grow mainly succulents, bulbs and some xerophytic orchids, predominantly indigenous, all the species Clivias including the yellow miniata (still seedling size, I couldn't afford the big ones!). Not only native though, I have broms and epiphytic cacti, too.
I'm just outside Jo'burg, give me a shout if you should come back here! :-)
Hi Mz! :-) Great! my Amaryllis are flowering right now...
My attendance in these forums is a bit erratic, sorry I never sent an intro and said a formal HI to all!
Mark, just book early enough, flights to SA are getting more and more scarce, and are constantly booked out!