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Genus of 44 evergreen, clumping, perennial, corm species grown widely for their abundance of pretty bell-shaped flowers hanging off long, branched, wiry, arching stems. They are commonly called Angel’s fishing rod or fairybells due to their unique flowers and they originate from Africa. Flowers are observed to be pink shades in most wild species, with red, purple, yellow and white variations and a range of brightly coloured cultivated varieties, some of which have patterned flowers.
How to propagate Dierama
You can propagate by division of the corms in the spring.
Seed in the autumn or spring.
Other uses of Dierama
Grown for its flowers on long, arching, wiry stems. Flourishes near pools
Summer Flowering Bulbs
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