|Scientific Name||Belamcanda chinensis|
|Principal Common Name||BLACKBERRY LILY|
|Description||Plant derives its name from the clusters of shiny black seeds clustered together that resemble the blackberry fruit when seed capsules split open. Even though it is called a lily it is actually in the Iris family. Fan-shaped leaves reach 2 feet tall. Blooms in late summer. Berries are persistent thru December. Flowers are orange with a red dot and are 2 inches across.|
|Height Range||0 - 0|
|Spread Range||0 - 0|
|Flower Color||Orange with red eye|
|Flower Time||July : Aug : Sept|
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