August 9th, 2012

August 9th, 2012 by Sherri

At the lower entrance to Prospect Hall is a group of Blackberry Lilies {Belamcanda chinensis} that have spotted orange flowers that are followed by seeds in the autumn that look like blackberries. The foliage is similar to Iris, and they are members of the Iris family. A nice spot of color that increases each year as they self-seed.

Blackberry Lilies {Belamcanda chinensis}

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