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Diplarrhena moraea

Diplarrhena moraea

5.50

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(Iridaceae) Genus of two species of summer flowering,clump forming, rhizomatous perennial. From moist, grassy mountain slopes in S. E. Australia and Tasmania. Form basal tufts of long, flat, linear to sword-shaped leaves. Unbranched clusters of iris-like white flowers, inner tepals yellow and purple in early June. Neutral to acid soil. Choice plant quite rare. Sun or part shade in hot site. Eventual Ht 45cm/18". Plants sold in 9cm pots

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