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Identification of plant

Posted by patty1cz none (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 14, 13 at 21:41

My mom did last year. She had two lilies in a pot. One was a snake lily and the other had solid green leaves. To my knowledge neither ever had bloomed. Now beautiful orange blooms have appeared. Does anyone have a clue what this plant is?


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RE: Identification of plant

It looks like a 'Clevia Miniata Amaryllis', a member of the Amaryllis family. You can find out a whole lot more about this plant and it's culture by reposting your question and picture over on the 'Amaryllis' forum found on the same page this 'Lily' site is listed. This Lily forum is for 'Lilium' types like Tiger lilies, Asiatic and Oriental lilies, etc. and we're not real experts on Amaryllis here--but we can point you in the right direction.

Your plant is beautifull and healthy looking!


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RE: Identification of plant

It is a very pretty Clivia! There is also a Clivia forum where you can get alot of useful information.


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