Clivia Miniata Variegata

$412.00
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Introducing the absolute rarity - the variegated Japanese Daruma Clivia, a prized gem for collectors and enthusiasts alike. This extraordinary plant showcases short and wide leaves, making it a truly unique and captivating addition to any botanical collection.

Our Clivia Miniata Variegata is a four-year-old specimen, grown from carefully sourced seeds originating from South Africa. It is a testament to our commitment to quality and rarity. This particular plant has been nurtured in our own clivia collection, ensuring its robustness and overall health. We prioritize quality over quantity and avoid over-fertilization, allowing the plant to flourish naturally.

As a slow-growing plant, the variegated Japanese Daruma Clivia requires patience and care. While it is not hardy and should be protected from frost, it thrives in partial shade, making it perfect for indoor or shaded outdoor areas. Direct sun exposure should be avoided to maintain the plant's delicate variegation.

Our Clivia Miniata Variegata is potted in a self-mixed, permeable organic substrate, providing the perfect environment for its roots to thrive. Repotting is only recommended after 3-4 years or when the pot is adequately filled with roots. Clivia plants prefer a tight fit in their pots, so ensure they have ample space to grow within their current container.

During the spring to late autumn months, when frost is not a concern, your Clivia will benefit from being placed outdoors in partial shade. This allows the plant to breathe fresh air and enjoy the natural rainfall. Additionally, showering off the leaves once a month helps keep the plant clean and healthy.

Embrace the allure of this unique Clivia Miniata Variegata and enjoy the joy it brings to your botanical sanctuary. This variegated beauty is a true rarity and will undoubtedly be the centerpiece of any collection. Add this remarkable plant to your cart and experience the enchantment of owning a one-of-a-kind variegated Japanese Daruma Clivia.

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