Plants: Clivia 'Golden Dragon' - Bush Lily, Fire Lily

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Clivia 'Golden Dragon' - Bush Lily

Clivia 'Golden Dragon' - Bush Lily

Clear bright yellow color. Vigorous growth. Multiple flowers per stalk. Tough plant. Representing more than ten years of breeding and selection in Japan and the US, Clivia Golden Dragon is a superior strain of Yellow Clivia. The clear yellow flowers have no orange or red markings to darken the power of their color. This clean yellow can be seen at a distance, making them ideal to brighten dark corners, or shaded indoor planters. Flower clusters are large and long lasting. Clivia are tough plants, known as survivors, proven soldiers for long-term use in mall plantings, indoor containers, and landscapes.

Clivia 'Golden Dragon' makes a good plant even better, by offering a distinctive form and bright vibrant yellow color option to homeowners, designers, and landscapers. Yellow is a rare color in Clivia. Most clivia are red or orange. Golden Dragon represents the best of Horticultural effort to make the unusual and beautiful available to the general public. Flowering begins in February and continues through May. Cultural Info Temperature. Frost-free locations. Growth is fastest with 60F nights. In frost-free areas, can be used outdoors in any shade location. Light. 1000-3000 ft candles Humidity. Thick leaves and bulbs of this South African plant tolerate a wide range of humidity Watering. Keep moist Soils and Substrate. Fastest growth occurs in a light organic substrate such as peat, peat/bark, or peat/wood shavings. The plant you will receive is growing in a 2 1/2" pot and is about 6 inches tall.

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