• Common name : Angel’s Fishing Rods
• Scientific name : Dieramadracomontanum
• Family : Iridaceae
• Native land : South Africa
Wandflower is a cormous perennial that produces a clump of grass-like leaves and arching wiry flower stems topped by the spikes of pendulous bell-shaped flowers. The flowers range from shades of brick-pink to purple. The North American varieties are mostly purple to pink in colour. The bloom period is from June to August. The plant is evergreen, although it dies back in winter months and goes through a rest period. It attracts birds, butterflies and bees.