Clivia Miniata, commonly known as the Bush Lily or Natal Lily, is a popular ornamental plant appreciated for its striking appearance and vibrant, trumpet-shaped flowers.It is native to South Africa, particularly in the lush coastal regions of KwaZulu-Natal.This plant can thrive indoor space. It features dark green, strap-like leaves that form an attractive rosette. During the spring and early summer, Clivia Miniata produces clusters of orange, red, or yellow flowers that rise above the foliage, adding a burst of color to gardens and indoor spaces.
- Light: Indirect sunlight for outdoor and bright, indirect light for indoor Natal Lily
- Watering: Keep soil consistently moist during the growing season; reduce watering in the dormant period.
- Soil: Use well-draining, slightly acidic potting mix.
- Fertilization: Feed with balanced fertilizer during the growing season, every 4-6 weeks.
- Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years in a slightly larger container with drainage holes.
- Pruning: Regularly remove dead or yellowing leaves and spent flowers.