Dierama

 

Dierama

Dierama or Angel’s Fishing Rods are flowering evergreen perennials that belong to the Iridaceae family. They are native to southern Africa.

What is a Dierama?

Dierama are hardy tall slender leaved plants that have gracefully arched flowering stems in summer. Heights vary from less than 0.5m to just over 1m tall. The strap like leaves are often pale or bluish green and the pendulous bell like flowers can be white, pink or purple.

Where to plant Dierama?

Dierama prefer full sun and well drained soil. They can be grown in tall patio pots but are best suited to garden borders where they can help create cottage or gravel garden looks. A mature clump will also make a stunning feature plant. 

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Where to plant Dierama?

Dierama prefer full sun and well drained soil. They can be grown in tall patio pots but are best suited to garden borders where they can help create cottage or gravel garden looks. A mature clump will also make a stunning feature plant. 

How to care for a Dierama?

Once established Dierama need little extra care. Water young and pots grown plants during dry spells. Dierama should not need trimming but you can carefully remove any dead or damaged foliage in spring.