(30 per bag)
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Plant 2-3" apart
Mid-Summer to Late Summer
Sun / Shade
Bags of 30
Ixia is commonly called Corn Lily or Corn Bells. A member of the Iris family, it is native to the Cape Province of South Africa. Sword-like foliage and long wiry stems sport spikes of star-shaped flowers mid to late summer.
Plant Ixia bulbs about 2-3” deep and 2-3” apart with pointy ends up in well-drained soil. Prefers neutral to slightly alkaline soils. Reduce watering after blooming. After foliage turns yellow, dig corms and store in a cool location in a dry medium until the following spring. If growing in containers, plant 1” deep in spring with 5-6 corms per 6” pot.
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