Bees and other pollinators love the fragrant orange or yellow flowers with a long flowering period. Succulent leaves with mucilaginous interiors have been used by herbalists for sunburn and minor skin burns, much like aloe. A great plant for rockeries, flower gardens, and containers.
Water: Prefers to be moist, but will resprout from corms if it dries out
Hardiness: Frost Hardy
Habit: Grows in dense colonies up to 30” tall
Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Origin: Australia; native to a variety of habitats, including dry forests, meadows, rocky crags, and hedge-banks. It is common in areas with Winter rainfall and inundated land such as swamps and bogs.
Additional Characteristics: Good in Containers