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propagating perennials: Belamcanda-Blackberry Lily, Leopard Flower
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Friday, August 8, 2008

Belamcanda-Blackberry Lily, Leopard Flower

Propagating Belamcanda or Blackberry Lily is done in the spring and make certain the rhizomes are planted an inch deep when transplanting. Their leaves resemble Iris, sword like because it is in the Iris family. The flowers are sometimes splotched like lilies, generally red, and the predominate colors are orange or yellow and reach a height of 2'-4', in rich moist soils they grow taller. Blackberry Lilies bloom in the summer, towards the end, and prefer partial shade to full sun. Belamcanda is deciduous.

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