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botanical name:
Moraea collina
Moraea collina © Deeproot Plant Base
synonyms:  Moraea aurantiaca, Homeria collina, Homeria collina var. aurantiaca, Homeria aurantiaca, Vieusseuxia collina, Sisyrinchium collinum
family:  Iridaceae
characteristics: perennial, scented/aromatic
height: 0.40m
width: 0.10m
growth rate: medium
growth habit: bulb/corm
leaf colour: green
flower colour: peach
main season: Spring
aspect: full sun
conditions: dry soil, moist soil, sandy soil
preferred soil pH: any
minimum temp: -5°C
USDA zone: 9 to 10
Cormous perennial producing linear, mid-green leaves up to 55cm long and a succession of cup-shaped, scented, yellow, peach or pink flowers borne on long wiry stems in spring and summer.

Well drained soil in full sun and a warm location. In cold areas best grown in a very sheltered position or a cool greenhouse. Should be kept dry while dormant.
Corms should be planted in autumn or early spring, about 10cm deep.

From seed or corm offsets.

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