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Shades of pinkAll shades of pink through to Carmine (red)
Bulb/Corm or rhizomatous perennialCormous perennial. Close-packed clusters of flowers which are outward-facing, not pendent. Wands are stiff rather than arching.
HerbaceousEarly in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch.
Hardy - average winterHardy through most of the UK apart from inland valleys, at altitude and central/northerly locations. May suffer foliage damage and stem dieback in harsh winters in cold gardens. Plant can withstand temperatures down to -10°C (14°F)
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Additional FeaturesGood to knowAn unusual dierama, the last to flower.Pests & DiseasesNone.Place of originEthopia, central and southern tropical Africa, South Africa.
HardinessFrost hardy (down to -5)
Soil ConditionsTolerates allWhen established will tolerate moist and drier conditions.
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