Common Name: Blackberry Lily, Leopard Flower
Zones 5 to 10.
Plants reach 24 to 36 inches tall and 8 to 12 inches wide;
Growth rate: Moderate, slowly spreads by creeping rhizomes.
A plethora of 2 inch, lily-like, flowers are produced on compact, erect, rhizomatous perennial plants. Six-petal flower shades vary from bright yellow-orange to near red, and are heavily spotted with red dots. Flowers appear in mid to late summer in sprays above the sword-shaped like foliage on wiry, 3+ foot stems. Attention-grabbing seed pods extends Belamcanda season of interest into fall as tan, pear-shaped pods open to expose clusters of black seeds. The seeds, which resemble blackberries, last through the winter or may be used in fresh or dried flower arrangements.
Mature field grown plant shipped bare root.