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A lovely, iris-like flower from South Africa, it grows into clumps of dark green, rigid, sword-shaped leaves, producing lots of flowers from late spring right through the summer. Hardy to Half hardy evergreen perennial, it’s flowers are white with yellow nectar guides and purple centres. Grows to a height of 1-1.5m. Plants look good grown together in groups along paths or next to driveways.
Dietes grandiflora likes a sunny or part shaded site, and tolerates light shade. Flowers best when fed and watered regularly. Lift the rhizomes if planted in areas with frosts greater than -7°C and protect over winter. Or grow in pots and move indoors.
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Sowing; Spring or autumn (needs cooler temperatures) in moist seed compost. Cover lightly with compost and keep at 15 - 20°C. Germination takes 1-3 months, sometimes longer. Pot on the young seedlings as once they are big enough to handle. You can try to speed up germination by soaking seeds in warm water for 2 days or sanding lightly with sand paper before sowing.
Growing; Flowering starts in the second or third season. In colder areas (eg frosts greater than-7°C), move plants indoors in winter. This is an evergreen plant, so do not cut back the leaves as you would with some irises. Mature plants can be divided after flowering.