2 responses to “Dierama galpinii”

  1. Margaret-Rae Davis

    What a graceful arching plant. It’s colour is just lovely. What would pollinate this maybe some sort of a hummingbird? Thank you for this great picture.

  2. Daniel Mosquin

    Hi Margaret-Rae,
    Hummingbirds wouldn’t be pollinators in its native environment – they are birds of the Americas. Hilliard and Burtt’s “Dieramas: The Hairbells of Africa” suggests bees as the main pollinators.

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