Natural habitat for the 'bright indirect light' bulbs?
Many S.A. natives thrive here in Southern California. (Same climate, I presume.) Seems many of the bulbs (Clivia, Haemanthus, etc.) need bright indirect light to be happy. Where do they grow naturally that would satisfy (or cause) this predeliction? Are there lots of broad, canopy trees they grow under?
Clivias are easy to place, as few plants here will bloom in such low light while tolerating our heat. Where would a Haemanthus appear in nature, for example? And how much light will it tolerate before the leaves fry? It seems to struggle in full shade.
Thanks for the geography lesson.