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Hallson Gardens :: Perennials :: Perennial plants for the sun :: Belamcanda (blackberry lily)

Belamcanda (blackberry lily) from Hallson Gardens: We ship blackberry lilies in the spring from mid April through the end of May and we also sell them at the nursery in the summer. They are field grown plants with at least 2 to 3 growth tips, freshly dug, trimmed back and shipped bare root.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you. Thank you for your interest in our nursery and our plants!

Belamcanda

Pronunciation: bell-am-CAN-duh Common Name: blackberry lily
Bloom Time: Summer Light: Full sun to part sun
Soil: Well-drained, average loam Moisture: Average to dry
Zones: 4 - 10 Belamcanda Planting Instructions

Belamcanda (blackberry lily)
 

Belamcanda chinensis
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Belamcanda chinensis

Belamcanda chinensis, blackberry lily, is a great plant for either the sunny or shady garden. It has iris-like foliage topped with orange, spotted flowers in summer on 24 to 36" stems followed by large pods which open to reveal blackberry-like seeds.

Price: $6.75

Quantity:  3+   
Price: $6.00


Availability: Ships late March through May and again after mid September
Plant Size: Field grown clump shipped bare root
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Belamcanda chinensis 'Hello Yellow'
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Belamcanda chinensis 'Hello Yellow'

Belamcanda chinensis 'Hello Yellow' has yellow, unspotted flowers that bloom above compact, blue-green, iris-like foliage. The flowers reach about 18" high so they are much shorter than the species and work well towards the border in the sun OR shade garden.

Price: $7.75

Quantity:  3+   
Price: $7.00


Availability: Ships late March through May and again after mid September
Plant Size: Field grown plant shipped bare root
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07/03/2014

Thank you for visiting our online catalog. Hostas and daylilies ship all summer long, plus bearded Iris are now updated and shipping, however we are no longer shipping other perennials until fall, starting the 3rd week of September.

Orders for hostas, daylilies, and bearded Iris ship Monday, Tuesday, and Saturdays and take about 2 to 3 days to turn around as we continue to also be busy with walk-in customers at the nursery.

The nursery is open for visitors 7 days a week from 9am to 9pm including holidays. If you are interested in a particular item listed in our catalog and you are making a long drive please call us to check on availability first. Not all items are available for immediate purchase as not everything can be dug throughout the summer but we have an excellent selection of perennials for the sun and the shade. Hostas are dug on demand and many other perennials and shrubs are potted up and available for purchase. The selection here and what is listed in our mail order catalog varies but the nursery looks great and there is a lot blooming when you visit.

If you have any questions or concerns you can email us or call us toll free at (866) 568-1474.

Thank you very much for your support and think spring!

Chris Wilson and Brian Hall
Hallson Gardens



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