Clivia is a genus of monocot flowering plants native to southern Africa. They are from the family Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae. Common names include Kaffir lily and bush lily. Species of Clivia are found only in South Africa and Swaziland. They are typically forest undergrowth plants, adapted to low light (with the exception of C. mirabilis from the Western Cape).
Delphiniums: The Regent's Park by ( I grow Larkspurs very well. Delphiniums ,in my soil,don't seem to like it here,but one of my friends here in town grows them well. Just testy on soil and like fairly even soil moisture.)