Large, bright red, open bell-like flowers are carried along slender stems in late summer into autumn. The long, pale green ribbed leaves add to its air of sophisticated elegance; these are evergreen, which make it all even better. Always attracts attention. Sunny position, but not too dry. 2 feet. 2 litre pot.
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These plants sometimes annoy us by bursting into bloom too late to make many sales. They then carry on relentlessly right into December!
Alternatively, they can flower intermittently 12 months of the year! As in 2014 after a mild wet winter.
Schizostylis syn Hesperantha Major is a hardy evergreen perennial plant with sword like leaves and red flowers in late summer and autumn suitable for full sun.