clivia and company celebrates my love for flowering plants, most specifically Clivia varietals, orchids (mainly Cattleya), and Adenium obesum (hence the “company” part of clivia and company).
All the photos you’ll see here are taken by me for my use here and are thusly copyrighted by clivia and company. If you’d like to use them for your own purposes, please obtain written permission from me before doing so.
Right now, my collection weighs heavily on the side of Clivia Miniata and some hybrids, but I hope to grow Cattleya based on the divisions I have from my grandmother’s Cattleya that I estimate to be over 50 years old. I also loved the Adenium obesum that I had, but I gave them away to the local Bonsai club because I hadn’t made room for my dreams in my life.
Posts of Interest
New photos added to the collection!
Apr 1, 2023
The plants are in from the cold, new blooms are appearing, and I wanted the pictures here to reflect my love for the plants. Enjoy!
Watch Sarah’s Wild Child Grow.
Apr 23, 2021
Seedlings don’t normally look like this…
Flowers have powers!
According to Rutgers researchers:
- Flowers have immediate impact on happiness.
- Flowers have a long-term positive effect on moods.
- Flowers create intimate connections.
And plus, they are just so darn beautiful! So come here regularly and get your mood-enhancing on!