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Fortnight lily

Dietes bicolor


clump-forming rhizomatous perennial plant with long sword-like pale-green leaves, growing from multiple fans at the base of the clump. This species belongs to the Iridaceae (Iris) family. It can form large clumps if left undisturbed for years.


This species is common in horticulture in its native South Africa, where it is often used in public gardens, beautification of commercial premises and along roadsides.


Growing my a flower bed in my front yard

1 Species ID Suggestions

jprat001 8 years ago
Fortnight Lily?
Dietes bicolor

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Jake Barnes
Jake Barnes 8 years ago

Thank you nopayahnah

Maria dB
Maria dB 8 years ago


Jake Barnes
Jake Barnes 8 years ago

Alright, thank you for the help

Jake Barnes
Spotted by
Jake Barnes

Prairie View, Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 7, 2012
Submitted on Apr 7, 2012

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