Dierama are a genus within the Iridaceae (Iris) family, native to Africa. They are most commonly referred to as Angels Fishing rods, hairbells, wandflowers and fairybells. The genus name is derived from the Greek word diorama, meaning ‘funnel’ as per the plants glorious flower shape. Dierama pendulum was the first variety of the genus to be discovered in the Eastern Cape by Swedish botanist Carl Peter Thunberg, during the 1770’s.
Dierama are delicate, evergreen and clump-forming cormous perennials with long and slender arching stems that are adorned with bell-shaped blooms that rise through puffs of lush grassy foliage. These plants have a flowering period between June and August, making them the perfect summer staple. Dierama look fantastic in both borders and containers within a cottage or informal garden setting and are well suited next to ornamental grasses. They are also an attractive feature near water, although dislike excessive winter wet.
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