Clivia Miniata Clivia pops with clusters of orange, red, or yellow blossoms in early spring. It loves cool temperatures. In winter, it is best to keep Clivia plants in unheated rooms with temperatures at about 40° to 50° Fahrenheit. For lots of beautiful flowers, Moore says that it “must be very pot-bound to bloom, so don’t repot until it is absolutely necessary or the pot cracks open.”
Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein uses a variety of organic materials to produce a series of eye-catching mandalas referred to as Danmalas—a portmanteau of the Vedic Sanskrit words "dān" and "mālā" which respectively mean "the giver" and "garland of flowers." Each piece in her ongoing collection boasts a brilliant sense of geometric symmetry and energetic life.