DIERAMA SEEDS

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  1. DIERAMA ADELPHICUM

    A new, very rare, and relatively dwarf species recently collected from Swaziland, with pink, flared, bell-shaped flowers clustered at the end of the compact flower spikes which are produced in profusion and are unusually erect in keeping with modern design trends. This is an absolute stunning new plant ... Learn More

    $3.78

  2. DIERAMA AMBIGUUM

    This newly introduced, medium-sized hardy species from South Africa has arching stems bearing packed heads of purple flowers on waving wands in early and mid summer. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  3. DIERAMA ARGYREUM

    A rare, smallish species from the African mountains displaying ivory white pendulous flowers which, uniquely, open from pale sulphur yellow buds, a new colour-break in this genus. This choice plant will grow best in well-drained rich soil in a sheltered spot. ... Learn More

    $4.03

  4. DIERAMA 'AUTUMN SPARKLER'

    Stiff upright wands sport close-packed clusters of brightest fluorescent pink, upwards-facing and not drooping, bells. It is the last, and the most unusual, of all dieramas to flower, giving colour right into October and November when all others have long finished. The photo here was taken in early November in our garden! The erect stems and open flowers of this extremely unique and desirable introduction give this plant more of an ixia-like appearance than any other dierama. It is a very rare plant recorded from only one small locality in Ngome east of Vryheid in montane South Africa. Along with the unusually marked 'eyes' at the petal bases, and its solid clumped habit, it is mooted that this gem may be the most primitive of all dierama species. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  5. DIERAMA BARR HYBRIDS (PULCHERRIMUM)

    Seed collected from plants of this old cultivar originally selected at Broadleigh Gardens. Relatively short strong stems terminate in unusually large pendent flowers in a wide range of reds, purples and mauves. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  6. DIERAMA 'BLACKBERRY BELLS'

    This vigorous hybrid was bred here between 'Cosmos' and Dierama robustum, inheriting some of the darkness from the former flower, but with much larger, deep purple-maroon flared trumpets on very tall, strong springy stems, arising from thick, strong, blade-like leaves. This fabulous plant, coming almost 100% true from seed, makes a strong, solid clump as it matures over the years! ... Learn More

    $3.65

  7. DIERAMA 'BLACKBIRD'

    Seedlings from this famous and darkest of all dieramas will vary, but most plants should produce cascades of pendulous, funnel-shaped claret purple flowers on wiry stems. Seedlings occasionally produce paler flowers but there will be no rejects as all will be superb. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  8. DIERAMA BLOOD DROPS

    This brilliant new hybrid is the brightest deep red seedling we have discovered for many years. Plants grown from these seeds may vary but they will produce heavy heads of pendulous flowers in some startlingly bright new forms. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  9. DIERAMA COSMOS (DISSIMILE)

    This extremely rare and recently discovered plant bears the darkest flowers of any dierama we have ever seen. Pendulous trumpets of deepest burgundy, almost black, contrast starkly with the white papery enclosing bracts from which they emerged. This superb new colour-break in dieramas is quite astonishing.. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  10. DIERAMA DEVON SUNSET

    Pendent bells varying in colour from bluish-mauve to pale purple open very early on in the season, preceding most other dieramas. This gorgeous, dwarf, new, and very hardy hybrid, was produced by using the rare pale blue Dierama trichorizum as one parent. It has very powerful hybrid vigour, and within two or three years makes a solid clump absolutely dripping with flowers in springtime. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. DIERAMA DRACOMONTANUM

    Compact clumps produce disproportionately large, deep pink flared trumpets on densely-packed delicate arching stems. Clumps will improve yearly but do not like to be moved. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  12. DIERAMA 'FIREWORKS' (X DRACOMONTANUM )

    A deliberate cross between Dierama dracomontanum and the miniature violet Dierama trichorhizum produced this quite spectacular hybrid with dense bunches of smallish purple-mauve flowers on gently weeping stems. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. DIERAMA IGNEUM

    Fiery bunches of flared, tomato-red flowers make an impressive display on this diminutive introduction from South Africa. This is a choice and very hardy plant which is vigorous and quick to clump up. ... Learn More

    $3.65

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    DIERAMA JUCUNDUM

    Pretty, bell-shaped pale mauve flowers hanging from long wiry stems from July until August, making it one of the last varieties to flower. This is one of the varieties that must not be allowed to dry out, it can in fact stand at the edge of a pond in place of an iris!! ... Learn More

    $3.65

  15. DIERAMA MOSSII

    This delicate dwarf has unusually thin, strong wiry stems carrying clusters of tubular claret bells, making a welcome appearance in spring, before the flowers of most of the larger dieramas. ... Learn More

    $3.39

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