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A pretty perennial from grasslands and open forests in south-eastern New Guinea and south-eastern Australia, with grass-like leaves and an upright inflorescence with fragrant, dark pink or purple flowers. Its tubers are reported to be edible, raw or cooked. The chocolate lily is drought tolerant and it can resist some frost. Ideal for temperate and warm temperate climates.
The common name chocolate lily alludes to the scent of the flowers which resembles chocolate, caramel or vanilla.
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Plants prefer a well-drained situation with partial to full sun exposure. In drought conditions, plants may shrivel back to the tuber then resprout with autumn rains, whereas in situations where steady moisture levels are maintained in the soil, the summer flowering period will be extended.
The species is suited to group plantings under trees or may be grown in containers.
Fruit/Seed Dormancy and Treatment; Sow seeds in Autumn in outdoor nursery flats to allow seeds to break dormancy naturally, or sow stored seeds in spring after three-month cold stratification. Flats may show no germination for up to six months. Protect seedlings from bright sun during mid-summer. Hold seed flats in a shady spot until the Autumn of the second year before transplanting. Plants may take four to six years to produce flowers