Dichelostemma

From Greek: dichelos (two-winged) and stemma (crown). This relates to D. congestum's stamens, which are split halfway into two parts. They require a sunny location with well-drained soil. Propagation is from seed or by taking off the young clisters in autumn. These clisters will then flower again after two to three years. They are durable cut flowers.

Dichelostemma

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Dichelostemma 'Pink Diamond'
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
A hybrid that originates from D. ida-maia x D. multiflorum. It is pink with green. This is a great alternative for whom the red of the D. ida-maia is too fiery. Partly because of its frivolous growth habit, it can be beautifully combined with...
€3.50

Available to order from July 2024

Dichelostemma congestum
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1806. Origin: Washington to North Carolina (USA). A bulbous plant with tightly spaced, soft lilac-blue tubular flowers, on top of a leafless 70-90 cm long stem. Flowers very long, superb cut flower and great to combine with perennials in...
€3.00

Available to order from July 2024

Dichelostemma ida-maia
. Delivery planting time sept-nov. 2024
Intro: 1870. Origin: California and Oregon, where they thrive in the Redwood forests, mainly on grasslands. The American name 'Firecracker - Flower' is very appropriate: the flower bud borne by 50-60 cm long, crooked stems, bursts into five to...
€3.00

Available to order from July 2024