In October of last year, I posted photographs of a Dianella (the Black Anthered Flax-lily). After the flowers finish, berries form on the plant. These are strikingly beautiful and much more noticeable than the flowers.
I’ve seen the Flax-lily featured in some of the field guides I have on my bookshelves, and as the photographs were so striking, I’ve been watching for them since we moved in. Finally, I have found one! In my imagination, they were large-flowered beauties, growing from a central stem, but nothing could be further from … Continue reading Dianella – the Flax-lily