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Angelís Fishing Rod

Dierama ĎBlue Belleí PBR

Angelís Fishing Rod
ierama is more commonly known as Angel’s fishing rod. ‘Blue Belle’ is a stunning new variety of this South African native plant with long narrow strap like leaves and arching stems carrying hanging bell shaped blue/lilac flowers in mid to late summer. Dierama ‘Blue Belle’ is best grown in a free draining moist soil in full sun to light shade.

Green, pointed, grass-like leaves

Size: 0.7m H x 0.7m S/Open clump forming
Flower: Blue/lilac bell shaped flowers on long pendulous stem in mid to late summer
Perferred Location:

Garden border

Water & Nutrition: Dierama generally do not need a lot of feed so depending on how rich your soil is just observe and if leaves are yellowing do not feed. An application of general fertilizer at low rates in spring is enough to keep the plants healthy all year. High potassium feed is recommended. Dierama is very drought tolerant and will only require watering in exceptionally dry summer conditions or after planting to ensure establishment. In containers Dierama will require more care to nutrition and watering

Full sun and rich free draining soils


Water logged soil and temperatures below -5°C

Presentation Ideas:

Plant near flowing water for effect of overhanging flowers and seed heads. Plant in large containers. After a few years plants can be subdivided as corms and repotted. Share spare corms with your friends and neighbours

Dierama ‘Blue Belle’ will make an excellent large container specimen and provides both grassy effects in autumn and abundance of flowers in summer. Great value and fashionable plant!
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