Plant Search » Iridaceae (The Iris Family)
Dierama dracomontanum is a compact species with showers of bell-shaped, salmony pink flowers in great numbers in summer.
Dierama igneum is a small species with showers of bell-shaped flowers deeply dissected into lobes in shades of magenta-red to tomato-red.
Dierama pauciflorum is a dwarf species with upright stems blooming in spring with magenta flowers long before other species.
Angel's fishing rod, Dierama pulcherrimum, is a stunning, long-lived perennial with perfectly formed bells in purple and magenta.
The Dierama Plantworld Jewels produce showers of perfectly formed bells in shades of white, lavender, purple, burgundy, and rose-red.
Dietes vegeta is an iris-like plant with narrow blades of foliage and white flowers accented with yellow and purple.