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Name: Orange Drops
Species: interspecific
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Roger Boddaert
Breeder:
Ref: jb/1995
Country: USA
Description: pendulous flowers of reddish orange, green and yellow. Blooms two to three times a year.

Name: Orange Flame
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: b1992
Country: USA
James Comstock
Description: a Conway selection with bright orange flowers. It blooms very early (Jan-Nth Hemisphere).

Name: Orange Green Girl
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Tino Ferero
Breeder:
Ref: 2002
Country: South Africa
Description: orange flowers with distinctive green throats

Name: Orange Jade
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Cliff Grove
Breeder:
Ref: y1/1998
Country: Australia
Description: green colour on petals

Name: Orange Knight
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Bruce Knight
Breeder: Bruce Knight
Ref: 2011
Country: AUSTRALIA
Ken Smith
Description: This is a Clivia gardenii X Clivia miniata bred by Bruce Knight of The Botanist Nursery. It produces slightly flared orange flowers. The plant develops offsets readily due to the C. gardenii parent. The plant was purchased and named by Ken Smith.

Name: Orange Perfection
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Laing and Sons
Breeder:
Ref: br/
Country: USA
Description: no description available

Name: Orange Rain
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: hk/2000
Country: USA
Pierre deCoster
Description: A plant purchased at a local nursery by Harold Koopowitz that looks like it may be a second generation C. x cyrtanthiflora or possibly a backcross of C. x cyrtanthiflora with Clivia miniata. Each of the slightly curved flowers is 5cm long with a  2.5cm diameter mouth. The buds open a pale orange-yellow, and as the flower matures the outer tepals turn darker orange and the inner tepals a paler orange. The inside flower colour remains a fresh lemon yellow with a faint orange blush. As many as 25 pendent flowers are carried on a 42.5cm tall umbel held clear of the arching foliage. Leaves are narrow being just over 2.5cm wide and approx. 62cm long. See pages 313 and 316 of  "Clivias" by Harold Koopowitz.

Name: Orange Spider
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
James Comstock David Conway
Description: a Conway selection with orange flowers, thin tepals, giving large "windows". A Dutch hybrid of the spider flower form. Flowers are fairly open but flower count is low.

Name: Orange Yellow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: John Craigie
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: Australia
John Craigie
Description: was the initial name but now correctly 'Bushfire'.

Name: Orangeade
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Glenn Callcott
Breeder:
Ref: 2007
Country: Australia
Glen Callcott
Description: Registered Cultivar. This is a selection by Glenn Callcott of a seedling grown from a Clivia miniata "large red" X Clivia miniata Walters cream seed. It produces a flower of a pleasing orange to apricot glow, the type achieved with a cream recessive breeding.

Name: Orangeade (1)
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: 2005
Country: New Zealand
Description: an orange miniata selection by Keith Hammett

Name: Oribi Gorge
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Ammie Grobler
Breeder:
Ref: mcgl/2002
Country: South Africa
Roger Fisher Roger Fisher
Roger Fisher Roger Fisher
Description: A  red and white selection indigenous to KZN, named by Ammie Grobler. This refers to a group of plants. Ammie Grobler had been given 27 plants by a Mrs Nielsen, a teacher from the farm Gibraltar in Oribi Gorge, one of the habitat areas where C miniata grow sympatrically with C robusta. He had been holidaying down at the South Coast of Natal and struck up a conversation with a local teacher who he told he had retired and was going to cultivate Clivia. She said he should collect some from her farm on his return trip home. This he did and put into the car as many plants as he could possibly find space for. It is from the same person and collection that Mick Dower got his ‘Oribi Gorge Yellow’ which he swapped for the then rare golden form of Strelizia regina, now called 'Mandela's Gold'. Ammie Grobler had started producing green based seedlings from some clones. He also named certain of the select clones as ‘King’, ‘Queen’, ‘Lady of Oribi Gorge’ and from the collection bred named plants such as ‘Tersia’, ‘Amersia’  and ‘Carol’. The seedlings of the Oribi Gorge characteristically have a distinct purple to maroon base and hence are called ‘Maroons’ by some. Many of the plants flowers have a fragrance.

Name: Oribi Gorge Yellow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Mick Dower
Breeder:
Ref: 2008
Country: South Africa
Mick Dower Mick Dower
Description: This is a habitat plant, the only known yellow to come from the Oribi Gorge area of KwaZulu-Natal.  It was found on the farm "Gibraltar", owned by the late Mrs Nielsen who said "it came up amongst the other orange flowered plants on the farm". Mick Dower got his ‘Oribi Gorge Yellow’ which he swapped for the then rare golden form of Strelizia regina, now called 'Mandela's Gold'. Ammie Grobler had started producing green based seedlings from some clones. Mick Dower applied the name to this form in 1994.This yellow flowered C. miniata doesn't seem to fit into Group 1 or Group 2, based on Mick's breeding results. The full umbel of creamy yellow flowers with a deeper yellow throat takes on a blush hue as the flowers age. Note that the berry is red, not yellow. Leaves up to 700mm long x 55mm wide.
See Oribi Gorge above for more detail.

Name: Ox Blood
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Red
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Louis Swanepoel
Breeder:
Ref: lse/2001
Country: South Africa
Description: dark red, green and white in the throat

Name: Oz Nobilis
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: van Houtte?
Breeder: van Houtte?
Ref: 2011
Country: AUSTRALIA
Ken Smith Ken Smith
Ken Smith Chris Ong
Description: This is a common name given to the hybrid plant Clivia x cyrtanthiflora in Australia which has been incorrectly called Clivia nobilis by the gardening writers for many years. It in no way infers species status, but is just a means of telling people about the common pendulous flowered Clivia found in old gardens, botanic gardens and parks in Australia. Darker orange-red and paler forms exist. Please be sure to check the description of the true species Clivia nobilis, as that plant is now more widely grown in collections in Australia. Also, be aware that many different interspecific crosses are grown now and they can have pendulous flowers, as can the other pendulous flowered species. Take care in researching the identity of your plant.

Name: Pacific Glow
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: 2004
Country: New Zealand
Description: Name given in 2004 to a vibrant red C. miniata hybrid, donated by Keith Hammett, to the NZ Club. The plant will be used to promote NZ clivia.

Name: Pagoda
Species: Clivia nobilis
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
Description: a Conway selection grown from seed from Gordon McNeil. The name describes a nobilis flowerhead growing out of the first umbel.

Name: Painted Lady
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Large Throat;
Raiser: Horace Anderson
Breeder: Horace Anderson
Ref: eae/2001
Country: USA
Description: flowers show extensive white throat colour, tepals tipped with orange. This character is variable from season to season. Developed by Horace Anderson in the 1960's out of wide leaf miniata hybrids.

Name: Palomino Princess
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Bertie Guillaume
Breeder:
Ref: 2007
Country: South Africa
Gideon Scheepers
Description: Registered Cultivar: A selection by Gideon and Teresa Scheepers of a plant bred by Bertie Guillaume. The changing flower colour is reminiscent of a Palomino horse. The plant, purchased at a nursery open day, has light orange flowers that matures to apricot (D6 Cape Chart) with lighter edges. Leaves are 360mm long x 30mm wide. The 65mm long flowers open to 70mm diameter, with 19mm wide petals and 10mm wide sepals.

Name: Pansy
Species: interspecific
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: Laurens Rijke
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: Australia
Description: a selection made by Laurens Rijke from [ (C. miniata x C. caulescens) x C. 'Aurea']. It is notable for the shapely tepals.

Name: Paradigm
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: Paradise Goodness Gracious
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Felicity Weeden
Breeder:
Ref: 2009
Country: South Africa
Felicity Weeden
Description: Registered Cultivar: This is a selection bred and named by Felicity Weeden. It is named for her nursery name Paradise and the surprise and pleasure when the flowers first opened. The berry parent was a Nakamura ghost and it was pollinated with a peach. The recurved flowers are an apricot cream with a warm orange-pink edge. Leaves 50mm wide and 700mm long are produced on a strong plant.

Name: Paradox
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: khw/2003
Country: New Zealand
Description: Registered Cultivar: A Keith Hammett selection with medium sized flared red flowers with narrow tepals. Selected in 2001 from Nakamura seed material. Name applied in May 2003.

Name: Paragon
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: James Black
Breeder: Toy Jennings
Ref: 2007
Country: USA
Jim Black Jim Black
Description: Registered Cultivar: A selection by James Black from seed material of Toy Jennings. The cross was 'Ella van Zijl' x Berties Special Bicolour. The distinctive colour pattern of the flower, which is uniform from petal to petal, starts with Salmon D5 in the central area of the petal, surrounded by Apricot D6 and is bordered in a band of Light Pink D1. All areas exhibit a ghosting effect which is most pronounced in the border D1. The throat is green. Leaves average 50cm long x 4cm wide. It is named as a model of excellence or perfection of kind, as this flower colour pattern has not been observed by the grower before.

Name: Parfait
Species: interspecific
Color: Pastel
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Alick McLeman
Breeder:
Ref: 2008
Country: New Zealand
Alick McLeman Alick McLeman
Alick McLeman
Description: Registered Cultivar: This hybrid was bred and named by Alick McLeman. It is a [C. x cyrtanthiflora X 'Natal Yellow'] that retains the typical cyrtanthiflora foliage and form, having narrow strap-like leaves. Flowers are semi-pendulous and slightly flared with the predominant colour a pale pink with green throat. The green also reveals itself as a stripe running the lenght of the outside of the tepals, deepening the tone of the red pigments externally and contrasting with the paler pink tones. 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: Pastel
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder:
Ref: ts/2001
Country: South Africa
Description: no description available

Name: Pastel Bells
Species: select
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: Laurens Rijke
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: Australia
Description: a selection made by Laurens Rijke.

Name: Pastel Candy
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Shigetaka Sasaki
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2008
Country: Japan
Ken Smith
Description: This is a large flower hybrid bred and named by Shige Sasaki.

Name: Pastel Glo
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Jim Holmes
Breeder:
Ref: jh/2002
Country: South Africa
Description: a pastel orange developed by Jim Holmes

Name: Pastel Goddess
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Gideon and Teresa Scheepers
Breeder:
Ref: 2007
Country: South Africa
Gideon Scheepers
Description: Registered Cultivar: A selection by Gideon and Teresa Scheepers. The flowers are a combination of nice pastel shades, opening a light pink and aging to a pinkish salmon. It is named because it stands out like a goddess amongst the other plants. It was purchased from a landscaper before it would have been planted in an office complex. The leaves are 540mm long x 45mm wide. The 60mm long flowers open to 60mm diameter, with 22mm wide petals and 16mm wide sepals.

Name: Pastel Posey
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Sean Chubb
Breeder:
Ref: sc/2003
Country: South Africa
Description: attractive light pastel cream-orange. Large number of flowers presented in a neat posey.

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