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Green Throat Large Throat Multipetal Variegated Foliage
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Name: Pink Ballerina
Species: interspecific
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder:
Ref:
Country: South Africa
Description: an interspecific from Rudo Lotter.

Name: Pink Beau
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Val Thurston
Breeder:
Ref: va/2000
Country: South Africa
Description: peachy pink from 'Howick Yellow'

Name: Pink Cascade
Species: interspecific
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Description: a Lotter hybrid with large pastel pink flowers.

Name: Pink Champagne
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits: Variegated Foliage;
Raiser: James Black
Breeder: Chris Vlok
Ref: 2008
Country: USA
Jim Black Jim Black
Jim Black Jim Black
Description: Registered Cultivar: A selection named by Jim Black for the flower colour. This plant is from a Chris Vlok cross of a variegated Daruma OR5 X an Elda de Witt bronze AS22. This plant exhibits a uniform light pink colour from petal to petal. Tepals are overlapping and have an obovate shape, are recurved and have slight venation. The throat exhibits some yellow. The leaves of the plant have fine line variegation (Shima-Fu). Leaves average 510mm in length and 35mm in width and exhibit fine line variegation.

Name: Pink Ghost
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Breeder:
Ref: ss2/2002
Country: Japan
Description: broad petal flower, pinkish orange with whitish blotches.

Name: Pink Pastel Swazi
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Sean Chubb
Breeder:
Ref: sc/2003
Country: South Africa
Description: pastel pink, narrow petal flowers in a large umbel. Seedling ex habitat Swazi population.

Name: Pink Pearl
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder:
Ref: 2003
Country: South Africa
Description: open blooms of a soft pink shade

Name: Pink Perfection
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: David Conway
Breeder:
Ref: dc 2001
Country: USA
James Comstock
Description: a Conway hybrid, full petal flowers of the palest pastel colour.

Name: Pink Princess
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder:
Ref: 2003
Country: South Africa
Description: soft pink flowers

Name: Pink Sensation
Species: interspecific
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Rudo Lotter
Breeder: Rudo Lotter
Ref: rl/2002
Country: South Africa
Rudo Lotter
Description: F2 ( C.miniata x C. gardenii) x ( C.nobilis x C. gardenii), large straight flowers, tepals salmon pink outside and creamy white on the inside.

Name: Pink Star
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Luen Miller
Breeder:
Ref: 2004
Country: USA
Di Smith
Description: a selection made by Luen Miller and sold by Monterey Nurseries in the US.

Name: Pipe Dream
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: khw/2003
Country: New Zealand
Description: Registered Cultivar: A Keith Hammett selection with small flared narrow tepal yellow flowers, and narrow foliage. Seed from Nakamura sown in 1995 and selected in 2001. Name applied in May 2003.

Name: Pipkin
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Val Thurston
Breeder:
Ref: vae
Country: South Africa
Description: small dark yellow with a strong scent. Flower dia 46mm, petals 10mm wide and sepals 7mm wide.

Name: Pixie (1)
Species: Clivia gardenii
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Val Thurston
Breeder:
Ref: 2003
Country: South Africa
Description: chance Clivia gardenii seedling with large, long blooms

Name: Pixie (2)
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Large Throat;
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: khw/2003
Country: New Zealand
Description: an open flowered bicolour form.

Name: Pixy
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Shigetaka Sasaki
Breeder:
Ref: y3/2001
Country: Japan
Shigetaka Sasaki
Description: Japanese raised hybrid

Name: Plantation 1
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: select
Other traits:
Raiser: Piet Vorster
Breeder:
Ref: ts/2001
Country: South Africa
Description: name referred to by Piet Vorster as one of the earliest imports??

Name: Platinum Blonde
Species: Clivia nobilis
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Wayne Haselau
Breeder:
Ref: 2010
Country: RSA
Ken Smith
Description: Registered Cultivar: A habitat collected clone from a colony of the inland Ciskei Valley bushveld area. A very robust, slow growing, semi-broad leaf (60mm) plant that has up to 70 flowers per umbel. Tubular flowers open a slight blush colour then mature to a deep yellow. Slow to offset.

Name: Pohlman's Choice
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Jeanne Marten
Breeder:
Ref: 2007
Country: Australia
John Henderson
Description: Registered Cultivar. A selection bred and grown by Jeanne Marten in Toowoomba, using a Cowlishaw hybrid seedling as the berry parent pollinated with 'Vico Yellow'. It is named for the owners of a large wholesale nursery in Qld, John and Val Pohlman. Plant spread is 70cm x 60cm high, producing an upright fan of leaves. Leaf length is approx. 70cm x a width of 9cm. The orange flowers are 12cm diameter and the colour is between OR5 and OR6 on the Cape Clivia Colour Chart 2003.

Name: Poise
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Val Thurston
Breeder:
Ref: 2008
Country: South Africa
Description: an F1 selection bred by Val Thurston out of 'Roly's Chiffon'.

Name: Poison
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Martin van Zyl
Breeder:
Ref: 2011
Country: South Africa
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was bred by Martin van Zyl using a yellow from Allan Tait crossed with 'Naudes Peach'. Foliage is narrow. The umbel is full of perfect shaped peach blooms with pink tones. The umbel is rounded and each flower has recurved petals. The name refers to the way the plant poisons your mind with its colour and shape so that when you see it you desire to own it.

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

Name: Pomander
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Kevin Walters
Breeder:
Ref: ?
Country: Australia
Kevin Walters Kevin Walters
Description: a Kevin Walters selection from Sahin's 'Midget' cultivar Group seed, producing large orange flowerheads.

Name: Poorman's Peach
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Nick Primich
Breeder:
Ref: 2001
Country: South Africa
Sean Chubb
Description: Bred by Nick Primich out of his Type 1 using ‘Aurea” pollen “Is there a better way to start a new day in a New Year, in a New Century, in a New Millennium than to tell you about a New development in Clivia colours. The new development may be stretching a point a bit, but it seems I have traced the evolvement of a "peach" from its parents. My orange plant which produced a yellow from a selfing of otherwise oranges is known to me as 'Wild Type One'. It usually appears in my documentation as 'Type One'. It is one of the first clivias I acquired, about '86 or so. It is a smallish plant with slender leaves and a fairly open flower of a medium orange. At the time I knew little about Clivias, which was just as well, for I was not impressed with this plant. It was a strong grower and usually produces an umbel of 12-18 florets. It selfs superbly. I can clearly remember the first umbel was of 12 florets which produced 144 seeds. Now I only had a few Clivias at this stage, and I soon changed my mind about "type 1". In 1988 this one little seedling appeared amongst the others and Lo! it had a green base. What Joy and excitement! It was a tremendous long wait until it eventually flowered. What a disappointment. It was the most unprepossessing yellow I have ever seen. It did not improve on any of its subsequent flowerings. I did however, breed with it, or at least attempted to do so. Some 60+ seeds from the first lot which was a selfing. I might add that I have always selfed the first flowering of my yellows to see if it would produce only yellows, or if a few oranges would sneak in. Then I planted these seeds and soon had my next surprise. Every one had a dark base. This was in 1996. I kept quite a few, slung out some real runts, and gave a few nice ones away. I still have about 20. Some of these look far lustier than their slight parent, and may possibly flower this coming season. They will of course be selfed and "siblinged" etc, and perhaps even crossed back to mother if there are enough flowering. This will tell us a bit more of the information we would like to know about this interesting line of plants. In 1995, I put some 'Aurea' pollen on 'Type 1'. About 25% of the seedlings showed green bases, and I thought I had bred myself a nice little batch of yellows which were bound to be improved by the great 'Aurea' flower. I was growing these seedlings on in my glasshouse, and one day I had picked up one of the coke bottles that I grew them in when I got another surprise. The so-called green base was showing distinct signs of pigment. A clearly pinkish-brown tone had taken over the base. So there were about 15-16 of these putative yellows. I immediately put them on a top bench so it would be easier to give them a regular examination. Over the years nearly all had darkened bases. Eventually one with a green base flowered. A Yellow! Quite a nice looking one at that. Still more surprises! I keep a lot of my flowers on the table at the back stoep (porch to non-SA's). I walked out the next morning to start pollination and this flower had taken on a peach haze. It deepened over a few days. Still one more surprise. The oranges that always had dark bases from the 'Aurea' cross, were all exactly the same colour as the parent 'Type 1'. As you know, it is usual for the oranges to take on a paler colour after a crossing with a yellow. This is perhaps the biggest surprise, and the key to the origin of the so-called "peach". There are more crosses on the way, and we will find out if all yellows have this effect when crossed with 'Type 1'. Lots of exciting things to see. And before I forget, I have another strange yellow, but I will tell about that at another time. Greetings one and all, may we all have a Great Clivia Year.” Nick Primich (from a letter to the enthusiast group, later reprinted in Clivia Society Newsletter 2001-1)

Name: Pottie's Peach
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: 2006
Country: South Africa
Ken Smith
Description: found as a garden plant in Pretoria West and swapped for yellows. One clump went to Bing Wiese and one clump went to Frikkie Potgeiter. Doesn't breed true from seed and very few seeds are set when selfed.

Name: Premier
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Wally Lane
Breeder:
Ref: wl/?
Country: USA
Description: large, clear soft orange, soft yellow throat, Fragrant! Bred by Wally Lane

Name: Premier League
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Yellow
Other traits:
Raiser: Keith Hammett
Breeder:
Ref: khw/2003
Country: New Zealand
Description: large rounded head of open yellow flowers. Broad foliage.

Name: President
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Veitch
Breeder:
Ref: b1895
Country: United Kingdom
Description: bright orange, large truss. Perhaps the same as 'President H Rohan'?

Name: President H. Rohan
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: ?
Breeder:
Ref: b1895
Country: United Kingdom
Description: bright orange. Perhaps same as 'President'?

Name: Pretty
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Sean Chubb
Breeder:
Ref: sc/2003
Country: South Africa
Sean Chubb
Description: pale apricot with little or no throat colour.

Name: Pride of Bindi
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits: Green Throat; Multipetal;
Raiser: Geoff Wilson
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2008
Country: Australia
Ken Smith Brian Steven
Description: Registered Cultivar: a multipetal grown and named by Brian Steven. The plant was grown from a seedling purchased from Geoff Wilson in 2003. First flowering was in 2005 when it had over 40 flowers in the head. It was a multipetal x multipetal from Nakamura seed. The flower is a dark orange tulip form with a green throat. Foliage is broad.

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