The Strikingly Beautiful Bush Lily

Get ready to be amazed by the vibrant and spectacular Clivia Miniata, also known as the Bush Lily. This domestic plant is not just a feast for the eyes but also a long-lived bloom that adds a touch of elegance to any room.

Clivia miniata

Deep Shade To Dappled Sunlight

Tolerates both low light and softly filtered light.

Low Water Needs

Thrives in dry conditions. Ideal for low-maintenance gardens or forgetful waterers.

Prefers Silt Loam Soil

Grows best in silt loam soil, which is fertile and has good water retention.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in multiple pH ranges.

Moderate Safety Concerns

Toxic if ingested, handle with caution. Toxic if ingested.

Safe for All Animals

No known safety risks to pets or livestock.

78%

Ease Of Care Score

80%

Safety Score

About Clivia miniata

The Bush Lily stands tall at about 1.5 to 2 feet and spreads out to 2 to 3 feet. Its verdant leaves are a sight to behold, but what truly steals the show are its amber and scarlet flowers that bloom during the spring and off-seasons. And let's not forget the ornamental fruits that come in shades of amber, green, and maroon.

Did you know? Despite its stunning beauty, the Bush Lily is actually a venomous flora. So, while it's a delight to look at, it's best to keep it out of reach of children and pets.

Also known as

Bush lily

Our design recommendations

The Bush Lily is a versatile plant that can thrive both in a vessel or as a room plant. It's the perfect choice for adding a pop of color and a touch of nature to your indoor spaces.