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Green Throat Large Throat Multipetal Variegated Foliage
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Name: Fire Cracker
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Rex Williams
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: New Zealand
Ken Smith
Description: a selection made by Rex Williams in New Zealand.

Name: Fire Glow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Ian Duncalf
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: New Zealand
Description: a Cultivar Group of reds. Distributed by Ian Duncalf of Parva Plants in New Zealand.

Name: Fireball
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Cliff Grove
Description: possible Twins selection.

Name: Fireglow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Duncan Sinclair
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: an Australian raised dark red with yellow ancestry.

Name: First Born
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Sean Chubb
Breeder:
Ref: 2003
Country: South Africa
Sean Chubb
Description: bright broad recurved yellow

Name: First Kiss
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Louis Swanepoel
Breeder:
Ref: lse/2001
Country: South Africa
Description: soft peach that becomes richer in colour when older

Name: First Light
Species: interspecific
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: David Olsen
Breeder: David Olsen
Ref: 2013
Country: New Zealand
David Olsen David Olsen
David Olsen
Description: Registered Cultivar: This is a C. caulescens X C. miniata cross made at the property of Dr Keith Hammett in 2008 by David Olsen and now named by him. It is a compact interspecific producing pale yellow flowers brushed with pale orange that fades to pink. The wide, well formed flowers are semi pendulous. The colouring on the back of the flower gives the appearance of delicate pink suffusion to the tepal tips when viewed front on. It is said to be mildly fragrant. The name is derived from the pale pink first light of dawn as it hits the clouds.

Name: FLAME (1) trademark
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Monrovia Nursery, California
Breeder:
Ref: cc/1994
Country: USA
Mike Riska
Description: see 'Monya'. A red selection with a diminished yellow throat. It is included in this listing of cultivars for information only as the name cannot be used as a cultivar name.

Name: Flame (2)
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Bill Morris
Breeder:
Ref: 2000
Country: Australia
Ken Smith
Description: a dark coloured C. miniata x C. gardenii offered by Bill Morris in Australia

Name: Flamenco
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: 2005
Country: New Zealand
Description: a red C. miniata selection by Keith Hammett

Name: Flare
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder: Rudo Lotter
Ref: rl/2002
Country: South Africa
Description: F2 ( C. nobilis x C. miniata ) x ( C. miniata x C. gardenii ) with very short curving flowers, opening from the base.

Name: Flashpoint
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: 2005
Country: New Zealand
Description: a red miniata selection by Keith Hammett

Name: Flava
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: ?
Country: South Africa
published illustration from C. Letty drawing Scan of original Cythna Letty drawing courtesy SANBI Pretoria
Description: Katherine Saunders recorded on the back of the painting she had made of the first habitat collected yellow: Yellow Imantophyllum from Eshowe, flower withering after being two days in the post bag. Most lovely, delicate, peculiar shade of yellow, not orange, but like straw colour mixed with pink, quite inimitable to me. October 8th 1893. This drawing has been sent to Kew with the bulb by Maud (her daughter). The plant was formally described by Watson of Kew Gardens as Clivia miniata var. citrina in 1899 in "The Garden" magazine. An offset of this plant was sent to family friends of Sir Charles Saunders, Mr B Nicholson in Swaziland, and it was one of these that was used by Cythna Letty to illustrate the varietal form of Clivia miniata although erroneously published as 'var. flava' in "The Flowering Plants of South Africa". The plate is also identified as Clivia miniata var. flava in the book on Katherine Saunders (1980s). See Eshowe Yellow.
 

 

Name: Fleur de Lis
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
James Comstock
Description: a Conway selection with sepals that open before the petals and recurve while petals extend forward. Deep red with small white throat.

Name: Floradale Apricot
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Description: a stunning apricot clone.

Name: Florence Cornford
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits: Variegated Foliage;
Raiser:
Breeder:
Ref:
Country: AUSTRALIA
Ken Smith
Description: This is an akebono foliage variegation that originated in Australia and was named by Kevin Walters in honour of Florence Cornford. The new leaves are a buttery yellow colour.

Name: Florid Orange
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Dirk Lootens
Breeder:
Ref: dl/2003
Country: Belgium
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Dirk Lootens
Description: a group of plants developed by the Belgian company ID'Flor of the Floreac group

Name: Florid Pastel Globe
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Dirk Lootens
Breeder:
Ref: dl/2003
Country: Belgium
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Dirk Lootens
Description: a group of plants developed by the Belgian company ID'Flor of the Floreac group

Name: Florid Striped
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Dirk Lootens
Breeder:
Ref: dl/2003
Country: Belgium
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Description: a group of plants developed by the Belgian company ID'Flor of the Floreac group

Name: Florid White Lips
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Particolor/ghost;
Raiser: Dirk Lootens
Breeder:
Ref: dl/2006
Country: Belgium
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Ian Coates Alick McLeman
Description: a group of plants developed by the Belgian company ID'Flor of the Floreac group, that show colourless areas on the tepals.The first plant flowered in 1985 with this characteristic, and that was the basis for the breeding. After a number of generations of crossing, the production of "almost 100%" true white lips. This type of flowers appears similar to the Ghost type of flower. Illustrated on page 7 of Clivia News, Vol 15 No 2.

Name: Florid Yellow Star
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Dirk Lootens
Breeder:
Ref: dl/2003
Country: Belgium
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Dirk Lootens Dirk Lootens
Description: a group of plants developed by the Belgian company ID'Flor of the Floreac group

Name: Flowerdale Yellow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: 1980
Country: Australia
Ken Smith
Description: a local name in Australia given to 'Aurea' by Flowerdale Nursery in Victoria, Australia.

Name: Flying Cloud
Species: select
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Rose
Breeder:
Ref: kr/2003
Country: South Africa
Description: a Keith Rose selection.

Name: Foam
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Cream
Other traits:
Raiser: Christo Lotter
Breeder: Christo Lotter
Ref: egroup/2003
Country: South Africa
Description: large, very pale cream to near white form bred by Christo Lotter

Name: Four Marys
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Gordon McNeil
Breeder:
Ref: 37316
Country: South Africa
Marilyn Paskert Ken Smith
Description: A well known plant from Gordon McNeil. Sometimes called Four Mary. The flowers have red, pink, white and cream colour. Narrow tepals paler in centre of flower, segments are tipped with colour. This may be a group of like plants as seedlings in the McNeil collection that flower in the likeness of the original are selected out and planted in a special terrace garden. One of the choice flower colour forms within the genus.

Name: Foxy Delight
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Bronze
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Felicity Weeden
Breeder: Felicity Weeden
Ref: 2009
Country: South Africa
Felicity Weeden
Description: Registered Cultivar: This is a selection bred and named by Felicity Weeden. It is named for the delight at the first flowering of a seedling from an award winning parent, 'Foxy Lady'. The berry parent was Athrie 1 and it was pollinated with 'Foxy Lady'. The large broad petal flowers are a bronze-orange with a white and green throat held in a beautiful umbel. Large dark green broad leaves are naturally arranged in a fan. It is a robust plant that produces offsets readily. It was first in Class and first Runner Up to Best on Show at the 2007 Cape Clivia Show.

Name: Foxy Lady
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Felicity Weeden
Breeder: Felicity Weeden
Ref: few/2002
Country: South Africa
Felicity Weeden Felicity Weeden
Felicity Weeden Felicity Weeden
Description: very large blooms of soft orange in a large head. Best on Cape Show 2002 and 2008

Name: Frances
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
James Comstock
Description: a Conway selection with bright red orange flowers.

Name: Frans Gail
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Frans van Zyl
Breeder:
Ref: 2013
Country: RSA
Frans van Zyl
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was received from a neighbour's wife and was developed by the nominant. It produces yelow and orange tepal colour on the outside alternatively. The yelow throat and orange tipped flowers have a darker stripe down the middle inside of each tepal. Flowers recurve as they age. Seedlings have produced similar coloured offspring and also some multipetal flowers.

Name: Frats Fine Petal
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Connie and James Abel
Breeder:
Ref: cja/2003
Country: South Africa
James Comstock
Description:

normal orange coloured flowers with tepals no wider than 4mm, bears little pollen and seldom sets seed. Obtained from a nursery in Nespruit, Mpumalanga in the mid 1980's.  "In the early 1990s, we stayed with Cameron and Di McConie.  Cameron was joint owner of Tipperary Nursery (origin of the Cameron Peach and other specials) and had imported the original seed from Belgium and Spain.  In the nursery we spotted a clivia with very narrow petals (3 - 5 mm wide) and bought it.  Initial thoughts were that it may have been the result of herbicide damage, but it flowered true the following year, and had to be a unique mutation.  It was the first plant which we included in the Frats (Afrikaans = 'Freak') group because of the extraordinary shape of the tepals."  Connie & James Abel


Name: Frats Odd Petal #0
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Connie and James Abel
Breeder:
Ref: cja/2003
Country: South Africa
James Abel
Description:

"In 1994, from Hartebeespoort near Pretoria in South Africa, Miriam Meltzer reported a clump of orange miniata with petals ranging from absent through distorted to near normal.  James ans Connie Abel obtained the clump and called then Frats (Afrikaans for "Freak') Odd Petals, designated from #0 (no petals) through #1 - #2 - #3 to #4 (slight distortion). while #5 would have normal petals.  They are vigorous plants which offset well, with those offsets to a large degree retaining their 'Frats #" ratings.  Stamens and pistils are severely distorted, although some seed is set, perhaps as a result of stray pollen.  Disliked by a majority and loved by a minority, specimens are now widely spread in enthusiast collections around the world." James and Connie Abel



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