Clivia miniata is a clump-forming plant with glossy-green, flat, broad leaves that spray outwards.
From the centre rise stems bearing brilliant, orange, multiple trumpet-shaped flower heads in springtime.
This is perfect for planting in amongst and under trees and taller shrubs, providing good glossy-green foliage at ground level all year round whilst producing spectacular splashes of brilliant colour in spring.
The most common colour is a bright orange, though lemon yellow is also quite popular, though they are always best when planted en-masse in single colour drifts.
These are extremely hardy plants and can handle all sorts of abuse, though too much direct sun will scorch their leaves so ensure they have a good amount of shade or dappled shade throughout the day.