Dietes spieces

Botanical Name: Dietes spieces

Common Name(s): Wild iris

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Description:

These plants are very tough and wil tolerate sun or deep shade, poor soils, and dry conditions. The flowers are flat, lacking and upward-pointing petals of an iris, produced in Summer. Individually flowers only lasts a day or two. It bears grass-like foliage. These five spcies are indigenous to Southern Africa, D. bicolor, D. butcheriana, D. flavida, D. grandiflora and D. iridioides.

Family: Iridaceae

Synonym: –

Botanical Pronunciation: DEE-ah-teez

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Semi Frost Hardy
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Indigenous
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Non Indigenous
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Flowers

Description:
The flowers are flat, lacking and upward-pointing petals of an iris, produced in Summer. Individually flowers only lasts a day or two.


Foliage

Description:
This species bears grass-like foliage.


Interesting Info
Tolerates drought , Tolerates full sun , Tolerates poor soil , Tolerates shade
Origin

Southern Africa
Lord Howe Island (coast of Australia.)


Soil Conditions
Well drained - Acidic
Uses in landscape design

This plants can be used in containers, mass planting, as a ground cover and as accent plants.


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