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Name: 'Henrietta Maria'
Species: interspecific
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: David Olsen
Breeder: David Olsen
Ref: 2016
Country: New Zealand
David Olsen
Description:

Registered Cultivar: A Golden Peach Interspecific bred from [C. miniata x C. gardenii] X C. miniata. Tubular flowers opening out in an elegant recurve. Peach colouring with lilac-pink highlights when mature. An even golden peach colouring on the outside of the petals not often seen in interspecifics. Named after Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles 1 of Great Britain.


Name: 'Jenny'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Martin van Zyl
Breeder: Martin van Zyl
Ref: 2015
Country: RSA
Martin van Zyl Martin van Zyl
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was bred from a 'Meyers Peach' and was named by Martin for his late mother-in-law. It has a full umbel of large flowers that start a salmon colour and ages to a pinkish tinge on the flowers.

Name: 'Libby'
Species: interspecific
Color: Cream
Other traits:
Raiser: Ray Perks
Breeder: Ray Perks
Ref: 2015
Country: Australia
Ray Perks Ray Perks
Ray Perks
Description: Registered Cultivar: This robust, medium size plant is the result of crossing a Nakamura "best interspecific seed mix" plant with a Morris 98 yellow. The semi-pendulous flowers are large, uniformly spaced trumpet shape cream colour. The plant is named for Ray's grand daughter.

Name: 'Longwood Chimes'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Longwood Gardens
Breeder: Longwood Gardens
Ref: 2017
Country: USA
Carol DeGuiseppi Carol DeGuiseppi
Carol DeGuiseppi Carol DeGuiseppi
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This is the fourth cultivar released from the Longwood Gardens breeding program. Parentage of this plant is berry parent 2xV7-5 and pollen parent 2xV9-3. Breeder’s number 92xV1-51; Longwood Gardens accession number 1998-0491.The public release was announced in March, at the 2016 NACS Show held at Longwood Gardens. Burnt orange flowers with green throats and red overtones that deepen as the flowers age. Plant height 65-74cm tall. Leaves 42-59cm long and 45-60mm wide, dark olive green (RHS Fan 3 Yellow Green group 147A, Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 10/91). Scapes 53-60cm long. Umbels 21-23cm wide, 12-30 flowers. Flowers 6.5-8cm wide, 8-9cm long, slightly reflexed. Pedicels 2.5-4.5cm long. Tepals overlapping from the base, oblanceolate. Tepal margins entire, slightly revolute. Inner tepals have rounded tip, outer tepals have a mucronate tip. Inner tepals 65-75mm long by 20-30mm wide and outer tepals 75-85mm long by 20-25mm wide. Inner surface of tepals transitions from RHS Fan 3 Yellow-Green group 144D (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 10/96) and RHS Fan 4 Yellow-White group 158C (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 6/57) along the midrib to RHS Fan 4 Greyed-Orange group 169A (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 3/21) along the margin. The main tepal color darkens over time to RHS Fan 4 Greyed-Red group 179A (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 9/1). It has received multiple 1st place and 2nd place ribbons at the Show.


Name: 'Longwood Sunrise'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Longwood Gardens
Breeder: Longwood Gardens
Ref: 2015
Country: USA
Alan Petravich Alan Petravich
Description: Registered Cultivar: Parentage of this plant is berry parent 93 x V5-3 (Longwood Gardens accession 1999-0064) X pollen parent 89 x V7-7 (Longwood Gardens accession 1999-0230). Plant height 54-79cm; leaves are 63-79cm long by 50-55mm wide, dark green RHS Color Chart Fan 3, GreenGroup 139A (Clivia Color Chart II swatch 10/91); scapes 35cm long; umbels 21.1cm wide with 20 flowers; flowers 84-90mm long by 53-70mm wide, not reflexed; pedicels 25-33mm long, tepals overlapping fromm base, oblanceolate; tepal margins entire, margins slightly involute; inner tepals rounded, 65-70mm long by 29mm wide, RHS Colour Chart Fan 1, Orange Red Group 32A (Clivia Color Chart II swatch 2/16) transitioning to 11B (Clivia Color Chart II swatch 9/88) along the midvein; inner tepals keeled, up to 10mm wide, beginning to divide into two; outer tepals acute-tipped, 65-70mm long by 25mm wide, color same as inner tepals. The name refers to the origin at Longwood Gardens and the glowing color of the flower that brings to mind the colors of a sunrise. The plant was released in March 2014 at the NACS Show at Longwood Gardens. It received two 3rd place ribbons at the 2013 Show. Details of this and other cultivars was published in HortScience Vol. 50 no. 7 July 2015 pages 1092-1095.

Name: 'Longwood Sunset'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Longwood Gardens
Breeder: Longwood Gardens
Ref: 2017
Country: USA
Hank Davis William Hill
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This is the fifth cultivar released from the Longwood Gardens breeding program. Longwood Gardens accession number 2007-0195. Parentage of this plant is unknown. The public release was announced in March, at the 2017 NACS International Event held at the Huntington. Large peach flowers with slightly overlapping tepals that are reflexed and framed by a thin, dark-orange picotee edge. Plant height 62-78cm tall. Leaves 46-53cm long and 30-60mm wide, dark olive green (RHS Fan 3 Yellow Green group 147A, Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 10/91). Scapes 52-64cm long. Umbels 20-27cm wide, 9-17 flowers. Flowers 9.5-11.5cm wide, 8-10cm long, reflexed. Pedicels 3-6cm long. Tepals overlapping from the base, oblanceolate. Tepal margins entire, slightly revolute. Inner tepals have rounded tip, outer tepals have a mucronate tip. Inner tepals 70-80mm long by 30-35mm wide and outer tepals 75-85mm long by 25-27mm wide. Inner surface of tepals transitions from RHS Fan 1 Yellow group 6A (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 9/87) and RHS Fan 4 Orange-White group 159C (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 4/40) along the midrib to RHS Fan 1 Orange-Red group 32C (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 4/35) along the margin. Tepals outlined by a 0.5-0.75mm wide picotee, RHS Fan 1 Orange-Red group 33A (Clivia Colour Chart II Swatch 2/15). Light, pleasant fragrance. It received a 2nd place and a 3rd place ribbon at the 2013 Show.


Name: 'Majestic'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Dorothy Williams
Breeder: Wally Lane
Ref: 2017
Country: USA
Marshall Williams
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This is a large flowered Clivia miniata.The umbel produces up to 20 flowers. The broad outer tepal color is Nasturtium Orange 610/1. Towards the center the color changes to white and Chinese yellow 606. Horticultural Color Chart Book 2, Wilson 1941. The large flowers are up to 9 cm across and cluster together to form a perfect hemisphere. The leaves are medium wide and stack one above the other. This vigorous plant was named to best describe the full head of soft orange flowers. The seed came from the late Wally Lane of Watsonville CA. Further breeding with yellows will be done to create a similar large flowered yellow plant.


Name: 'Naumann's Greeny A'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Green
Other traits:
Raiser: Peter Hey
Breeder: G Naumann
Ref: 2016
Country: Australia
Peter Hey Peter Hey
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This clone is registered by Peter Hey with permission of Robyne Naumann.


Name: 'Naumann's Greeny B'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Green
Other traits:
Raiser: Peter Hey
Breeder: G Naumann
Ref: 2016
Country: Australia
Peter Hey Peter Hey
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This clone is registered by Peter Hey with permission from Robyne Naumann.


Name: 'Naumann's Greeny C'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Green
Other traits:
Raiser: Peter Hey
Breeder: G Naumann
Ref: 2016
Country: Australia
Peter Hey Peter Hey
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This clone is registered by Peter Hey with permission from Robyne Naumann.


Name: 'Noel Giddings Peach'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Noel Giddings
Breeder: Noel Giddings
Ref: 2016
Country: Australia
Peter Hey Peter Hey
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This superb peach clone has been registered by Peter Hey with permission from Lyn Giddings. The opening colour of this peach is a pale lemon, the white/yellow centre is absent. Closing colour is a golden peach and the tone intensifies with age. It is compatible breeding with European Peach types. Foliage is 50mm wide X 500mm long. The clump stands approx 55cm tall with recurved leaves. The umbel stands approx 60cm high, each floret is 75mm wide with a petal width of 30mm.


Name: 'Ronan'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: LeRoy Dale
Breeder: LeRoy Dale
Ref: 2015
Country: RSA
LeRoy Dale
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was bred and named by LeRoy Dale of Gauteng South Africa. It was bred from 'Emma Dale' crossed with the best yellow at the time (No 18). Flowers are salmon red on the outside and pinkish white on the inside. It received a Silver Award on 14/9/2014 by the Johannesburg Clivia Club.

Name: 'Sweet Chang'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Orange
Other traits: Variegated Flower;
Raiser: John Chang
Breeder: unknown
Ref: 2017
Country: Australia
John Chang John Chang
John Chang
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This clivia has variegated orange flowers with striking white stripes radiating all over the tepals. The pure white stripes are pronounced and in strong contrast to the bright orange tepals with a yellow centre. This is a Belgium miniata sold under the name of Clivia miniata Belgium Hybrid. This unusual plant was bred in New South Wales and spotted at a garden centre by chance and purchased in Sydney. It is considered a rare mutation of a normal orange Clivia miniata Belgium Hybrid to produce this unique striped flowers. The plant is relatively small in size with leaves averaging about 30 to 35cm long and 5cm wide. The stripes are genetically stable as can be confirmed in the second flowering umbel with similar striped characteristics. The tepals are thick and have good substance. The flowers produce viable pollen and self fertilised readily. It is a vigorous grower. It is named in honour of the nominant's wife.


Name: 'Utopia Apricot Dreams'
Species: select
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This semi-broadleaf interspecific has 12 to 14 large open apricot orange flowers (Swatch 3 No. 30 of Clivia Colour Chart). The petals have a soft white picotee edging. The robust plant has foliage 90mm wide and is a sibling of 'Utopia Dreaming'. Breeding details can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan-June 2014 page 13.

Name: 'Utopia Carrie's Picotee'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits: Particolor/ghost;
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Carrie Kruger
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This unusual picotee type flower has a large white throat and splashes of orange on the tips of the tepals. Flowers are small to medium size. The plant won an award at the Eastern Province Clivia Club show in 2007 for "Best in unusual colour class". Details of the breeding can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 22 No.1 Jan-March 2013 on page 18. Similar coloured flowers are produced when this plant is crossed with other similar type flowers. A small percentage of green stem seedlings will be produced as the plant is split for yellow.

Name: 'Utopia Chiba Peach Magnifique'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Philip Crous
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: The first of these plants was bred from [(Clivia 'Chiba Yellow' x 'Chiba Orange') X Clivia Ghost 2].The chiba peach flowers are unusually large ranging from beautiful soft pink to dark peach colours. The plant is large and robust reproduce well from seed and offsets. The fruits and seeds are also much large than normal Clivia. The plants was described and shown in Yearbook 15 on the front cover and page 78.

Name: 'Utopia Dream On'
Species: interspecific
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This broadleaf interspecific has 14 to 20 orange on the outside and creamy-white on the inside flowers. The petals have a soft white picotee edging. The robust plant has foliage 90mm wide and is a sibling of 'Utopia Dreaming'. Breeding details can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan-June 2014 page 14. The plant was awarded the Best on Interspecific EP Show 2015.

Name: 'Utopia Dreamcatcher'
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This broadleaf interspecific has orange flowers with a creamy-white throat. The petals have a soft white picotee edging. The robust plant has foliage 90mm wide and is a sibling of 'Utopia Dreaming'. Breeding details can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan-June 2014 page 15. The plant was awarded the Best in category orange interspecific Garden Route Clivia Club Show 2011.

Name: 'Utopia Dreaming'
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This large robust broadleaf interspecific has orange flowers with a distinct white picotee edge around each petal. The plant has foliage 90mm wide and is a very fertile plant that sets seed well and has very viable pollen. The plant offsets well. Some of its seedlings are variegated. Breeding details can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan-June 2014 page 15 and backcover. The plant was awarded the Gold medal Interspecific class at the Garden Route Clivia Club Show 2009.

Name: 'Utopia Dreamland'
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange-Red
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This large robust interspecific has dark orange-red flowers matching Swatch 1 No. 7 on the Clivia Colour Chart. The foliage is 70mm wide and the plant is a sibling to "Utopia Dreaming'. It was awarded Best in Category red interspecific at the Garden Route Clivia Club show of July 2012.

Name: 'Utopia Dreamscapes'
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This broad leaf interspecific has large open soft orange flowers with a distinctive white picotee edging to the petals. It is a large robust plant with 80mm wide leaves. It was awarded Best in Category Interspecific any other colour at the Garden Route Clivia Club in July 2013.

Name: 'Utopia Picotee Lace'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Multicolor
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Carrie Kruger
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This is an F1 seedling bred by Carrie Kruger from Clivia miniata 'Lukie's Picotee' X 'Carrie's Picotee'. This plant was featured on the front cover of Yearbook 16 and was selected for the beautiful umbel of unusually coloured flowers. The range of F1 sibling plants are being used in line breeding at Utopia Clivias.

Name: 'Utopia Star Bronze'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Bronze
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This plant is a sibling of 'Utopia Star Green'. It is a beautiful dark bronze with a large white throat having lime green stripes in the centre. It is a smaller, more compact plant with semi-braod leaves and carries8-10 flowers per umbel. The pollen is viable, but like the siblings, it does not self pollinate well. More details can be found in the article "A Star is Born" page 17 in CliviaNews Vol 24 No 1 - Jan-June 2015. Image on back cover.


Name: 'Utopia Star Green Lady'
Species: select
Color: Orange
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was grown from seed supplied by Yoshikazu Nakamura. Breeding details can be found in the article "A Star is born" in CliviaNews Vol. 24 No. 1 Jan-June- 2015 page 17.

Name: 'Utopia Star Green'
Species: interspecific
Color: Bronze
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description:

Registered Cultivar: This plant is a very unusal coloured Clivia with mainly green on the inside and brick-bronze on the outer petals. As the flower matures, the green turns to a pinky green. It is a medium sized plant with narrow leaves and carries between 10-12 flowers. It is from interspecific breeding and flowers at miniata flowering time. It does not self pollinate easily and the pollen has to be used very early before it dries. This clone won Gold Medal at the 2009 EP Clivia Show in the unusual colour class. Details of the plant can be found in the article "A Star is Born", page 18, Vol 24, No 1 of CliviaNews - Jan-June 2015


Name: 'Utopia Star Pink'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Bronze
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant was grown from seed supplied by Yoshikazu Nakamura. It has beautiful bronze-pink flowers that have a large white throat with lime green in the centre. Flowers are held on a tall peduncle. The plant is fairly large with semi-broadleaves. Pollen dries quickly so does not self pollinate well. It is slow to make offsets. It is a sibling of 'Utopia Star Green'.

Name: 'Utopia Star Struck'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Bronze
Other traits: Green Throat;
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Yoshikazu Nakamura
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Put Description Here

Name: 'Utopia Sweet Dreams'
Species: interspecific
Color: Orange
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Kerneels Buitendag
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This broadleaf interspecific has large open orange flowers. The petals have a soft white picotee edging. The robust plant has foliage 90mm wide and is a sibling of 'Utopia Dreaming'. Breeding details can be found in CliviaNews Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan-June 2014 page 16.

Name: 'Utopia Vico Baby Pink'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Carrie Kruger
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This is a selected seedling from a cross of 'Utopia Vico Pink Vogue' X 'Utopia Vico Pink Parfait'. It was selected for the beautiful soft pink colour and lovely shape of the flowers. Colour is close to swatch 6 no. 54 on the Clivia Colour Chart.

Name: 'Utopia Vico Peach Kyla'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Peach
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Carrie Kruger
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant came from line breeding of 'Vico Yellow' with group 1 peaches. It has a beautiful round umbel of near perfect peachy-pink flowers. Flowers are recurved and held on a tall flowerstem. It was awardwd Best on Show at the Garden Route Clivia Club show held at Mossel Bay in 2013. It was also voted People's Favourite.

Name: 'Utopia Vico Pink Clouds'
Species: Clivia miniata
Color: Pastel
Other traits:
Raiser: Carrie Kruger
Breeder: Carrie Kruger
Ref: 2016
Country: RSA
Carrie Kruger Carrie Kruger
Description: Registered Cultivar: This plant resulted from breeding 'Vico Yellow' with group 1 peaches. The plant was selected for the delicate soft pink colour and broad petal flowers of good shape. The plant is medium to large. It was featured in Yearbook 15 page 80.

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