Upward facing short variety.
A dwarf Dierama reaching no more than a 35cm in height with flowers facing upwards. Fine erect grass evergreen foliage keeps interest year round for this hardy form. Best displayed in containers or in visible areas of the rock garden. Place in a free draining sunny position.
These are beautiful plants to have in your garden. They are often seen near ponds but a pond is not essential. They can be planted in containers or rock garden. They have stems of pink bell like flowers in summer. Cut back flower stems only. In early spring pull away old stems.
Common Name: Dwarf Angel’s Fishing Rod
Life Cycle: perennial
Basic Colour: ( Pink )
Flower Colour: pink
Natural Flowering: May – July
Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Height with Flowers: 35cm
Soil Requirements: average / dry / well-drained / sandy
Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral
Location: container / border / rock garden / Mediterranean
Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / attracts butterflies
Pruning: Tidy old foliage in Autumn
Tolerates: drought tolerant / salt tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance
Origin: South Africa (Cultivar)