My collection of clivias consist of group 1 peaches, group 2 peaches and European Peaches. My most well known Group 1 peaches are Chubb`s Peach,Vico Peach and Lotter Peach. These peaches breed true to type and are dominant over yellow when crossed with group 1 yellows. I have several breeding plants of these types which I have selected over the years for their flower shape and colour. In my collection I also have the group 2 peach namely Cransley Peach and some crosses with Cransley Peach and Hirao. Lastly there is the European peaches. These consist of Cameron Peaches, Victorian Peaches and Tiperary Peaches. It has been proved that these peaches need to be crossed with one another or selfed to produce peach flowers. I also have a some unique peaches with green throats in my collection. These are very special and I have been using them extensively in my breeding program. I am also one of the only breeders who have been breeding with a new peach called Visser`s Peach. This group 1 peach was bred by a very good friend of mine and he has kindly donated a few of these to me for breeding purposes. They are also group 1 peaches selected for flower colour and shape. The main objective of this breeding line, is to develop a peach with shorter, broader leaves. A more compact plant, but still with a exceptional flower. I have also bred some beautiful pinks out of my Vico Peaches and these are now being registered on the International Clivia Register. Our unique range of Vico peaches and pinks are very popular on our Seed lists every year.