Watsonia is yet another South African bulb that thrives here. Withhold summer water hole in dormancy.

Bugle Lily - Watsonia is yet another South African bulb that thrives here. Withhold summer water hole in dormancy.

Bugle Lily: Watsonia [Family: Iridaceae]

The color in this Watsonia is so intense -- it hardly looks real. Of the many species of South African irids (members of Iridiceae) growing in my garden, the Watsonias are by far the tallest.

These tall (2-3') beauties can be left outdoors in zones 8 and up;in lower zones, start indoors for midsummer bloom.

Care Of Watsonia Bulbs – How To Grow The Garden Plant Watsonia

Growing Watsonias: Information On Watsonia Bugle Lily Plants in Bulbs, Ornamental Gardens

Bugle Lily fruit

Watsonia borbonica is a weedy garden escapee.

Orange Bugle Lily is a showy South African species that blooms in late spring with tall spikes of orange, hummingbird-attracting flowers. Hardy in zones 8-10, where it may be planted in fall. In colder climates, plant in spring and use it in annual. Watsonia bulbs do well in containers as a showy accent plant.

Orange Bugle Lily is a showy South African species that blooms in late spring with tall spikes of orange, hummingbird-attracting flowers. In colder climates, use it in annual. Watsonia bulbs do well in containers as a showy accent plant.

Watsonias   Easy to grow and beautiful flowers

Watsonias Easy to grow and beautiful flowers

Bugle Lily

Bugle Lily usually has scarlet to orange flowers and is evergreen. Find hundreds species of seeds on Rarexoticseeds.


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