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This uncommon perennial is grown for its unusual black berries that form in clusters when its seedpods split open in fall. They are fascinating to behold in the garden and often brought indoors for arrangements.
In summer, this easy-care iris relative bears small orange or yellow flowers dotted with red. Plants are short-lived, but self-sow to replace themselves.
The orange, yellow, and red blooms of blanket flower pick up on the colors in blackberry lily blooms. It makes a perfect low-growing companion in a hot, sunny border.Spurge
Surround blackberry lily with mounded cushion spurge for a long season of interest. Cushion spurge blooms in early spring and develops wonderful fall color. Blackberry lily blooms midsummer and produces berries in fall.Globe thistle
Prickly globe thistle makes a good textural companion to the spiky foliage of blackberry lily. Its steel blue flowers complement the orange tones of blackberry lily blooms.