This South African native is a favorite for adding blasts of color to gardens in late summer and early fall. It has long, sword-like leaves with gracefully-arching flower stems that bear numerous spikes of flowers in red, orange, yellow, and gold. The flower spikes can top 3 feet. Drought-tolerant.
6 to 10
Soil and Light
Rich, well-drained soil; full sun to light shade.
Plant corms in spring 2 inches deep and 3 inches apart.