- Flower nameDietes bicolor
- Scientific nameDietes bicolor
- AliasYellow Wild Iris, Dietes bicolor, Peacock flower, Forthing Lily
- Place of originSouth Africa-Eastern Cape
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Overseas
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Dietes bicolor
Dietes bicolor is the IRIS half-Hardy Evergreen perennial native to South Africa.Scape where only paragraph flowers out of narrow, Sword-shaped leaves-needled the leaves between white stretch-out-3: light yellow perianth piece give flowers-Orange and dark brown markings at the base.
General name: Dietes bicolor, Sscientific name: Dietes bicolor, also known as: Yellow Wild Iris, Peacock flower, Forthing Lily, Origin: South Africa Eastern Cape, ecology: Half Hardy Evergreen perennials, plant: 45-60 cm, with leaves: elongated xiphoid needled and floral size: 5 cm, Flower color: white-pale yellow, flowering period: April-May, outside perianth piece Base: amber and dark brown markings.