Dierama is a genus in the Iridaceae. Its common names are not stably established, but various species are loosely known by names such as Fairy's Fishing Rods, Fairy's Wands, Fairy Bells, Wedding Bells, Hairbells, Harebells. These refer to the bell-shaped flowers on slender scapes that bend gracefully under the weight of the inflorescences and nod in the wind. The various species and cultivars produce flowers in ranges of colors from white through dark red, some of them with spots of yellow or blue.

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Dierama - Species
... open to discussion and more certainly await description Dierama adelphicum Dierama ambiguum Dierama argyreum Dierama atrum Dierama cooperi Dierama dissimile Dierama dracomontanum Dierama dubium ...