SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. Ah. Angels’ Fishing Rods. The archetypal elegant cottage garden plant and much asked for by keen gardeners. They come in all sizes and shades – Dierama Argyreum is fairly compact with airy evergreen foliage and, in summer, white pendulous flowers suffused with gentlest pink. Full sun. Well drained but not dry soil. 36 in. 2 litre pot.
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Hardy enough but, if a hard winter damages the foliage, just trim off affected leaves in spring and it will regrow nice new ones.
Dierama are native to various parts of the African continent where they grow in upland moist grasslands. The root system is cormous, so the plants are easy to divide if required.
Some video footage of various dieramas swaying in the breeze, with Enya in the background. You'll soon get the idea:
Dierama Argyreum is an evergreen hardy perennial plant with grassy leaves and arching stems with hanging white flowers flushed pink suitable for full sun.