Watsonia pillansii is a very hardy, robust, evergreen, clump-forming, bulbous Watsonia with pale green, slightly twisted strap-like leaves.
It bears spikes of orange flowers on and off all year with its peak flowering time from September to April.
It grows and flowers best when it has compost rich soil, sufficient water and sun, although it tolerates semi-shade as well.
It makes a good accent plant, but is also beautiful for mass planting and retaining soil on banks. It adds structure and form on the dry edges of ponds.
A popular garden plant and a good cut flower.
Size: Up to 1 meter