Sold as 1 single small African Iris plant. This well known indigenous large wild iris (Dietes Grandiflora) is commonly grown in gardens and used in large landscapes throughout the country. It is a perennial, evergreen plant, which grows up to 1.5m in large clumps.
Growing African Iris Plant
- It is easy to grow, requiring well-drained soils and sunny or semi-shade conditions.
- During the spring, a good fertiliser will go a long way in aiding the growth and success of these plants.
- Clumps can be divided manually for easy propagation too.
- They should be divided before flowering, in the early spring.
- The plants are both frost and drought hardy.
- Water the plant well in summer.
- Can also be grown in containers.
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