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Blooms of Bressingham

(Bressingham Beacon Montbretia, Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Montbretias are herbaceous perennials native to South Africa. This hybrid montbretia bears long arching wands of glowing red-orange flowers with yellow eyes. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on long wiry stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The plants grow from corms which spread by underground stolons.

Plant montbretia in moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. In colder regions, plant it near a...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

The dazzling bicolored flowers of this somewhat tender herbaceous perennial make a showy splash in the summer garden. Developed by the Irish plant breeder Kevin Pomeroy and introduced by the British firm Blooms of Bressingham, it is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia, which are collectively known as montbretias.

Irish Sunsetâ„¢ bears arching wands of upfacing yellow flowers with red-orange reverses and eye markings. Resembling miniature daylilies, the six-lobed,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Valued for its relatively compact habit and sunny flowers, this herbaceous perennial is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia. It bears slightly arching wands of flat-faced, golden-yellow flowers with paler centers from mid- to late summer. The six-lobed, long-tubed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on knee-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves. The plants grow from corms which spread moderately by underground stolons.

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(Crocosmia, Jupiter Montbretia, Montbretia)

Montbretias are herbaceous perennials native to South Africa. The cultivar 'Jupiter' bears arching sprays of bright orange flowers with scarlet central blotches. The blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on long wiry stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The stems grow from corms which spread by underground stolons.

Plant montbretia in moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. In colder regions, plant it near a wall and...

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Felder Rushing

(Crocosmia, Lucifer Montbretia, Montbretia)

Lucifer montbretia is a beautiful member if the iris family that displays elegant, arching sprays of showy, scarlet red, tubular flowers in early to midsummer. It is a tall plant that bears neat clumps of long, sword-like leaves of bright green. All montbretias grow from corms, which can be dug up and stored overwinter where plants are marginally hardy, and grow best in sites with full to part sun and average, well drained soil. Lucifer's flowers are attractive to hummingbirds and will brighten any...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Truly brilliant when in bloom, this tall herbaceous perennial is also valued for its relative cold hardiness. It is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia, which are sometimes known as montbretias.

In summer, 'Mistral' bears arching wands of upfacing orange-red flowers. Resembling miniature daylilies, the six-lobed, long-tubed blooms cluster along waist-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves. The plants grow from corms which spread moderately by underground...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

A perfectly growing upright clump, the golden yellow flowers of 'Rowallane Yellow' brighten the summer perennial border magnificently. It is a hybrid made from herbaceous perennials native to southern Africa, bearing arching wands of flowers in mid- to late summer. The six-lobed blooms, which look like miniature daylilies, open on upright stems above pleated, erect, iris-like foliage that is about thigh-high. The plants grow from corms which spread moderately by underground stolons, horizontal...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

The fiery flowers of this upright herbaceous perennial set the garden aglow during summer's dog days. Developed by famed British plantsman Alan Bloom, it is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia, which are sometimes known as montbretias.

From mid to late summer, 'Mistral' bears arching wands of upfacing orange-red flowers. Resembling miniature daylilies, the six-lobed, long-tubed blooms cluster along thigh-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves. The...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Crocosmia, Montbretia)

A fitting tribute to the god of fire, this herbaceous perennial bears glowing flowers on relatively compact plants. Developed by famed British plantsman Alan Bloom, it is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia, which are sometimes known as montbretias.

In summer, 'Vulcan' bears arching wands of upfacing, rich orange-red flowers. Resembling miniature daylilies, the six-lobed, long-tubed blooms cluster on knee-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves....

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PlantHaven

(Bright Eyes Crocosmia, Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Selected for its relatively compact habit and large, bright, somewhat up-facing flowers, this recently introduced herbaceous perennial is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia. Bright Eyes bears arching wands of glowing tangerine flowers with red eyes. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on upright knee-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The sterile flowers do not set seed. The plants grow from corms...