||Clivia Five (2003) Published by the Clivia Society (South Africa). Soft cover, 112 pp. Format 8 1/4 by 5 3/4 inches.
- Collecting Clivia in their natural habitat - John Winter
- Clivia in Australia - Ken Smith
- The Genus Clivia in ethnomedicine - Neil Crouch et al.
- Color Pigments in Clivia - Harold Koopowitz et al.
- Introduction to polyploidy in Clivia breeding - Aart van Voorst
- Leaf formation and its relation to flowering in Clivia miniata - Hannes Robbertse et al.
- A selection of Jim Comstock's slides
- Variegated clivias in Japan - Shigetaka Sasaki
- Visits to special Clivia places after the international Clivia Symposium - Conrad Calitz
- The Caulescens tour - Ken Smith
- Poor Man's Peach - Nick Primich
- Some observations on Clivia caulescens - Connie & James Abel
- Promoting early flowering of Clivia miniata seedlings with a note on converting foreign fertilizer formulations -- Ian Brown
- A clean slate -- Keith Hammett
- Natural interspecific hybrids in Clivia - John Rourke
- Notes on pollination and pollen tube growth in Clivia miniata - Hannes Robbertse et al.
- A visit to Mr Yoshikazu Nakamura in Japan - Charl Malan
- Clivia mutations and modifications - Wessel Lötter
- Secondary pseudo-umbels in Clivia mirabilis inflorescences - John Rourke
- Was the plant named Clivia nobilis in 1828 "surreptitiously obtained" from Kew? - John van der Linde
- Map of known distirbution of Clivia species - Claude Felbert
- Fire and the distribution of Clivia in South Africa - Dee Snijman
- Insect control on Clivia, the organic and chemically friendly way - Johan Gerber
- Persistent melaybugs - John winter
- Inflorescence bud abortion, and the importance of growth modules when dividing and feeding Clivia miniata - Mick Dower
- The name game - Kenneth R. Smith
- Book Review - Nick Primich