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Name: Golden Dragon
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Booman Floral Nursery
Breeder:
Ref: bfweb/2003
Country: USA
Description: Said to be "a seed grown group of free flowering yellow miniata" sold in the US. The material is maintained as seed stock by Booman Floral Nursery. It originated from Japanese material in the early 1990's.

Name: Golden Dream
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Pam Elliot
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: yellow selection by Cliff Grove from Pam Elliot seed.

Name: Golden Dusk
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Alick McLeman
Breeder:
Ref: 2008
Country: New Zealand
Alick McLeman Marilyn Paskert
Description: Registered Cultivar: This hybrid was bred and named by Alick McLeman. It is a sibling cross involving ['Ndwedwe Ngidi Pink Champagne' x 'Ndwedwe Beta Thurston'] that retains the typical C. miniata foliage and form, having narrow strap-like leaves. The smallish open flowers are a pale yellow with just a tinge of red pigments leaking into the tips of the sepals and showing as a stripe down the outside of the tepals. The red pigment deepen as the flower matures. The name was chosen to reflect the yellow background colour and the tinge of red evident at sunset at the end of a lovely day.

Name: Golden Fanfare
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Bill Morris
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Cliff Grove
Description: yellow selection by Cliff Grove from Bill Morris seed.

Name: Golden Geisha
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Nick Primich
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: np/
Country: South Africa
Description: a Nick Primich selection with large yellow bell flowers, grown from Yoshikazu Nakamura seed.

Name: Golden Girl
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Warren Glover
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: yellow selection by Cliff Grove from Warren Glover seed.

Name: Golden Glow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: South Africa
Description: the result of selfing a 'Watkins Yellow'. See also 'Watkins Golden Glow'

Name: Golden Grove
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Bill Morris
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Cliff Grove
Description: yellow selection by Cliff Grove from Bill Morris seed.

Name: Golden Heart
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Bill Morris
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: yellow selection by Cliff Grove from Bill Morris seed.

Name: Golden Light
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Pen Henry
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: a 'Relly Williams' yellow seedling selection by Pen Henry.

Name: Golden Rain
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Rose
Breeder:
Ref: kr/2003
Country: South Africa
Description: a Keith Rose selection.

Name: Golden Renaissance
Species: Clivia gardenii
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Francois Van Rooyen
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Description: a habitat Clivia gardenii plant with paler yellowish, green tipped flowers. A selection from The Gem Wildflowers.

Name: Golden Shower
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Bill Morris
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: yellow selection ex Bill Morris seed made by Cliff Grove in WA.

Name: Golden Sunset
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Mick Dower
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: y4/2002
Country: South Africa
Description: a [C. miniata x C. gardenii] x [C. caulescens x C. gardenii] selection grown by Mick Dower from Y Nakamura seed. Orange outside and yellow inner colour.

Name: Golden Time
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Pam Elliot
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: yellow selection ex Pam Elliot seed made by Cliff Grove in WA.

Name: Golden West
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder: Warren Glover
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Cliff Grove
Description: yellow selection ex Warren Glover seed made by Cliff Grove in WA.

Name: Goldfinger
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Nick Primich
Breeder:
Ref: np/
Country: South Africa
Description: a Nick Primich selection described as a great orange flower, purchased at the Coramandel Nursery.

Name: Goldheart
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Pen Henry
Breeder:
Ref: phe/2002
Country: Australia
Description: dark orange-red selection from Pen Henry with a small deep golden-yellow throat

Name: Goodwill
Species: select
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: James Comstock
Breeder:
Ref: hk/2000
Country: USA
Description: no description available

Name: Gordon's Gold
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Variegated Foliage;
Raiser: David Gordon
Breeder:
Ref: mpweb/2002
Country: USA
Description: a gold leaf form bred from Akebono by David Gordon in the US.

Name: Gordonia
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Margot McNeil
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Ian Coates Ken Smith
Description: a selection in the McNeil collection. Fuller, broader petal blooms than 'Four Marys', but same light colour, somewhat darker reddish tints on outside. Stunning flower!

Name: Gorgeous Girl (1)
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Rose
Breeder:
Ref: kr/2003
Country: South Africa
Keith Rose Keith Rose
Description: a Keith Rose selection that has dark orange-red flowers with a reduced throat. Broad petals.

Name: Gorgeous Girl (2)
Species: interspecific
Color: Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder: Rudo Lotter
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Rudo Lotter
Description: a Lotter F2 C.robusta x C. miniata hybrid producing a large umbel of dark red flowers. Flowerhead dia 13cm on a 101cm high peduncle. Leaves are 80mm wide. Do not confuse with the Keith Rose selection of the same name.

Name: Grace
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits: Particolor/ghost;
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
James Comstock
Description: a Conway selection with red-orange parti-colour flowers.

Name: Grand Prix
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Description: an orange selection from German and English seed

Name: grandiflora
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: many
Breeder:
Ref: we/1911
Country: United Kingdom
Description: a name given to broad leaf, large flower types

Name: Grandiflora
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser:
Breeder:
Ref: hr/1988
Country: New Zealand
Description: described in Hugh Redgrove's article as having 9 x 47cm leaves, much larger flowerhead

Name: Grandifolia
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Pen Henry
Breeder:
Ref: y2/2000
Country: Australia
Pen Henry
Description: very broad foliage

Name: Grandmas Gold
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Lorna Bryant
Breeder: Lorna Bryant
Ref: 2012
Country: australia
Ken Smith Ken Smith
Ken Smith Ken Smith
Description: Registered Cultivar: In 1983 Lorna imported seed from Belgium to grow orange Clivia for the wholesale nursery market. One seedling flowered peach and this was kept by her. Over the years it was reproduced by offsets. The plant is a fan shaped clump 40-50cm high. Leaf width is 5-6cm and they are 45-50cm long. The umbel of golden peack tulip shaped blooms is 20cm wide and 10-12cm high, held on a scape 45cm high. Each tepal has a pinky-peach blotch on it. There are 15 - 18 blooms per head on average. Pedicels are 3-4cm long. Flowers are 5cm long and 3 - 3.5cm dia at mouth. Flower colour is Swatch 7 - 66/67/68, the blotch colour is Swatch 4 - 38. The plant doesn't self but crosses with other donor pollen. In 2012 Lorna sold the bulk of her collection of this clone and plants have been distributed to Queensland but the bulk of the material went to the upper Blue Mountains of NSW. Lorna named the plant as she is a Grandma that found Gold.

Name: Grandmere
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: James Comstock
Breeder:
Ref: hk2/2002
Country: USA
Description: mid orange with creamy yellow throat. Good breeding plant.

Name: Great Wide Yellow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Lisa Mannion
Breeder: Lisa Mannion
Ref:
Country: New Zealand
Lisa Mannion Lisa Mannion with Great Wide Yellow
Description:

Great Wide Yellows (GWY)
Lisa Mannion of New Zealand has concentrated on line breeding to produce yellows that have extra broad leaves. The original seeds used were obtained from Keith Hammett and were of Solomone origin. These have a tendency to be wider-leaved than usual. She selected out the widest leaves from the original seedlings and has continued to cross these to develop a line of plants. She considers it important to not only have wide leaves but also have a good form. which has been a further selection criterion – wide leaves, short in length with a good flower that she calls ‘The Great Wide Yellow’ (GWY).The name came in the form of a letter written by a collector of Clivia and advertising man Garry Murphie of Sydney, Australia, who wrote to her “in pursuit of The Great Wide Yellow”. He had heard that broad-leaf yellows were her specialty and wanted to buy seed. She loved the name and with his permission has labelled and marketed these plants.
She has her broad leaf yellows defined into GWY ‘Silver’ and GWY ‘Gold’, with only a very few warranting the title ‘Platinum’
Published in Clivia 10 (2008) pp. 92-94.



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