DIERAMA SEEDS

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Displaying seeds 16 - 30 of 32 in total
  1. 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

    $3.26

  2. DIERAMA NIXONIANUM

    In midsummer, this rare, elusive, and relatively dwarf plant has pendulous, pale blue to pinkish-lilac bells, and other variants in between, and is native to Northern and south central Natal. It is rather similar to the small D. trichorrhizum which prefers moister conditions than this species, and which is often found growing in shale and dry grassland. ... Learn More

    $4.74

  3. DIERAMA PAUCIFLORUM

    An absolutely unique dwarf hardy dierama from the high African mountains. Pauciflorum literally means "few flowered", but what flowers they are! Delightful stubby-stemmed red-pink bells look out or upwards, unlike other pendulous dieramas, and, because of their alpine ancestry, bloom in spring well before the buds appear on other species. ... Learn More

    $2.95

  4. DIERAMA PINK FAIRIES

    Our newest and most spectacular dwarf hybrid for some time makes a tight clump of thin leaves from which arise, in early summer, short stems carrying terminal sprays of large, pendulous, brightest pink bells. This new range of dwarf dieramas is quite stunning, and they are perfect for planting alongside a pathway where they can be admired but will barely encroach, unlike their taller-spreading relatives. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  5. DIERAMA 'PINK ROCKET' (EX ERECTUM)

    A new and exclusive, stunning, unique and distinctive compact hybrid which we have bred here. This lovely plant produces many short, strong, erect stems which hold multi-flowered heads of outwards or upwards-facing, flared, bright pink blossoms, unlike any of the other pendulous-flowered hybrids on the market. ... Learn More

    $3.94

  6. DIERAMA PLANT WORLD JEWELS

    We exclusively offer these unique dwarf and medium-sized crosses between the pygmy D. pauciflorum, D. dracomontanum and D. igneum. These spectacular new flower forms are produced two to three weeks earlier than previous varieties, extending the flowering period of this in-vogue plant. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  7. DIERAMA PULCHERRIMUM SLIEVE DONARD HYBRIDS

    One of the most famous of all of these lovely plants, producing showers of delicate bells in all shades of pink, claret and red, dangling from arching wand-like stems. This range was originally bred at the famous Irish nursery. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  8. New

    DIERAMA RAY'S RED GIANT

    This unique and absolutely superb plant is simultaneously both the largest-flowered and shortest-stemmed dierama we have ever produced. After flowering tens of thousands of species and hybrids of these lovely "Angels Fishing Rods" we selected only this one that passed all of the tests for a perfect plant. Disproportionately large blood-red flowers open on very short, strong, almost stubby stems with very little foliage to detract from its beauty. Seedlings can invariably vary a lot, but you will get some fabulous plants, the results of 30 years of breeding these lovely plants here at Plant World. Predictably, it produces very few fertile seeds. I must here pay a tribute to Rachel and Rodney Saunders, two good friends, who had for many years supplied us (amongst other species) with new and desirable dierama seeds collected (legally) on their South African mountains. In June 2018 they were cruelly murdered and mutilated, for their possessions, whilst collecting seeds, only one day after making a BBC 'Gardener's World' programme with presenter Nick Bailey. ... Learn More

    $4.53

  9. DIERAMA REYNOLDSII

    This late flowering (August) alpine dierama is one of the most stunning of this genus. On arching stems, the starkly-contrasting white bracts show off the pendulous deepest wine red flowers to perfection. The true species is rarely offered. ... Learn More

    $4.06

  10. DIERAMA RIPARIA

    Another newly introduced semi-dwarf species. Delicate pale purple tissue flowers in June and July on thin wiry stems. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  11. DIERAMA 'RIPE CHERRIES'

    Bred here at Plant World, these exciting new dwarf "Angels' Fishing Rods" will be gems in everyone's garden, their arching stems carrying pretty pendent bells in a variety of colours ranging from red through to pale purple. To produce these new plants we crossed two different dwarf dieramas resulting in plants which are all small and and are also very hardy. Their parents, two alpine dieramas, came from high in the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa! ... Learn More

    $3.53

  12. DIERAMA ROBUSTUM

    Possibly the tallest of all of the "Angels' Fishing Rods". Flared, deep pink bells hang from long, stout arching stems. After many years, will make a huge spreading clump. Seed from plants grown from wild-collected seed. ... Learn More

    $3.53

  13. DIERAMA 'SNOWBELLS' (PULCHERRIMUM)

    This beautiful colour-break in dieramas produces large, flared milky white bells over a long period in early and mid summer, clumps improving over the years. Seedlings may also produce the odd bicolor or palest pink-flowered plant but these can be easily separated whilst still quite young. ... Learn More

    $3.35

  14. DIERAMA SPECIES MIXED

    A superb mixture of all the varieties listed here. We are also including some unusual and un-named species and hybrids from our trial grounds. All will be extremely beautiful. Expect some very pleasant surprises, colours and forms never before seen! ... Learn More

    $3.60

  15. DIERAMA 'SPRING DANCER' (PULCHERRIMUM TYPE)

    This is the earliest of all "Angels' Fishing Rods" to flower, in April, May and June. Numerous flared pink trumpets dangle on thin stems, which are out-facing rather than pendulous. This most unusual new plant was collected as unknown seed from the Drakensberg Mountains. ... Learn More

    $3.53

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