VIDEOS and TUTORIALS - YOUTUBE
YouTube channel is now up and running. Including the following:
CLIVIA POTTING MIX
REPOTTING CAUDEX PLANTS
EPIPHYLLUM 'CLOWN' POLLINATION
VARIEGATED ACANTHUS MOLLIS
CREATING 'PETER PAN' EPIPHYLLUM FLOWER
Via the following link:
NEXT MAJOR EVENT - COLLECTORS PLANT FAIR - CLARENDON
13th & 14th APRIL 2024
HUGE SELECTION CAUDEX PLANTS
SEEDLINGS TO ADVANCED ADULTS
LATEST CLIVIA HYBRIDS
RARE and COLLECTABLE
Visit the nursery and SELECT from a wide variety of rare and COLLECTABLE - CLIVIAS - CACTI - CAUDEX PLANTS - RARE SPECIMEN TREES
ADVANCED ADULT PLANTS
2023 CLIVIA SEED LIST
SEE LATEST ADDITIONS UNDER 'CLIVIA SEED' in the shop.
COLOURS INCLUDE - BLUSH - PINK - BICOLOUR - PICOTEE - GREEN - PEACH - CREAM/YELLOW - EUROPEACH - 777 - SPLASH - WATERCOLOUR
FAIRYTALE, ANDREW GIBSON and APPLEBLOSSOM HYBRIDS AVAILABLE IN 2024 LISTING (available in June)
VISIT THE WEDDERBURN (NSW) NURSERY
Approx.1 hr South - Sydney CBD Arrange an appointment for personalised tour.
9.00 to 4.30
Green Clivias are a distinct sub group within the species Clivia miniata.
They are easily identified by their deep blue/green, fine pointed foliage and yellow/lemon/lime and green flowers. Intensity of the green is definitely influenced by the level of nutrition.
Plants in the grex that I favour were originally developed by Japanese breeders Nakamura and Koki. They are generally more compact with medium width leaves and very attractive dark contrasting foilage. I am continuing to develop variegation by careful selection and development of parents..
The potential for a broad range of diverse flower colours and patterns is at our fingertips as these beauties are only in their third decade of development. We are limited only by our imagination and level of patience.
Pictured - outstanding breeding master 'HEY'S KERMIT'
NB - IMAGES ARE NOT TO BE COPIED, DUPLICATED, OR TRANSMITTED IN ANY FORM OR MEDIA WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION BY CONTACTING PETER
Current/latest bred GREEN CLIVIA seedlings are available in the shop - See Clivias GREEN
PLANTS CANNOT BE SENT TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA WITHOUT PERMIT