Blackberry Lily

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Blackberry Lily

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Blackberry Lily is drought resistence

The Blackberry lily (Belamcanda chinensis) is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Asia. It is a member of the iris family and produces striking flowers that resemble miniature lilies in late summer.

Blackberry Lily has beautiful red petals

Here are some characteristics of the plant

Height: It can grow up to 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Leaves: The leaves are long and narrow, resembling an iris. They are typically around 2 feet (60 cm) long and 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide.

Flowers: The flowers are orange to yellow with red spots and bloom in late summer. Each flower is around 2 inches (5 cm) wide and has six petals. They are held on long stems above the foliage.

Fruit: After flowering, the plant produces seed pods that resemble small blackberries. The pods split open to release the seeds, which are black and shiny.

Growing conditions: It prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is drought-tolerant once established and can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 5-10. It is also deer-resistant.

Blackberry Lily is low manintence

The plant is a low-maintenance plant that can add a unique touch to any garden with its striking flowers and attractive seed pods. The plants typically grow in temperate regions of Asia, including China, Korea, and Japan.

They are often found in open fields, hillsides, and roadsides. In cultivation, they can be grown in well-drained soil with full sun to partial shade. They are hardy in USDA zones 5 to 10 and can be propagated by division or seed.

The plant, also known as the Belamcanda chinensis, is from the Iris family and has clusters of black fruit that grow after flowering. The fruit resembles blackberries, and the flowers are shaped like stars with six petals each. They measure about 2 inches across.


The lilies are pale orange or yellow on the "flabellata," and the petals are spotted. This is why they are sometimes called the Leopard Lily or the Leopard Flower. The plant is a perennial generally grown for its unique blackberries, which form clusters when their seedpods slip open.

This usually occurs in the fall. Blackberry Lilies are fascinating and make excellent arrangements for your home. The plant has an orange flower color and chartreuse/gold foliage.

The plant provides colorful fall foliage, blooms in the summer, and is a winter interest. It tolerates drought conditions, does quite well in containers, and is low maintenance. Blackberry Lilies are grown from bulbs or tubers, and these bulbs can be planted any time of the year as long as the ground is not frozen.

It is best to plant these gorgeous lilies in a sunny or lightly shaded area with well-draining soil for the best results. It's also best to keep the soil moist. The flowers of the Blackberry Lily last one day, but they are continually blooming during their bloom season. A dry cluster of black fruits will form after the blooms are gone.

The flowers will close at night in a twisting form, and their foliage is similar to that of the Iris plant and can reach up to three feet tall.
Climate Zone: 5-10
Mature Height: From 1 to 8 Feet
Mature Width: 15-20 Inches Wide
Sunlight: Part Sun, Sun
Soil Conditions: Well-draining soil
Botanical Name: Belamcanda Chinensis

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