Common name: Purple Bells or Garland Lily
Description: An attractive plant. Small tube-shaped flowers grow in a cluster giving a stunning display of red, pink or white after rain. Bright green leaves grow after fruit set.
Growing and distribution: Flowers appear in late summer to early autumn after opening rain and die back after a few weeks. First flowers appear in second or third year. All areas.
Beneficial Attributes: The bulb is eaten by Aboriginal people. Butterfly nectar food plant.
Note: Plant suitable in Coastal plains with good care.