Few plants rival the grace & beauty of a mature “Angel’s Rod” in full bloom, with its many arching stems, 4’-6’ tall, bearing pendulous, flaring, trumpet shaped flowers. The seed for these plants was given to us by Strybing Arboretum in San Francisco, from plants which bloomed rich, violet-purple. The long, slender, grass-like foliage grows densely to about 2’ tall & wide & is evergreen in mild Winter areas. Beautiful atop a wall, used in a hedge, in a container or as a Spring blooming specimen. Dieramas like rich, moist soil & full sun.