Belamcanda chinensis ‘Freckle Face’ features a unique profusion of brilliant orange blossoms with red speckled, overlapping petals. Blooms are produced from compact green, sword-shaped foliage that support slender, naked stems and preforms best in full sun.
Prefers moist and well-drained soil ‘Freckle Face’ typically blooms in the late summer and the blooms are followed by tan, pear-shaped seed pods that form clusters of shiny black seeds, hence its common name of “Blackberry Lily”. Although Belamcanda ‘Freckle Face’ flowers last only a short period of time, they will produce a succession of blooms over several weeks. Deadheading blooms may encourage greater growth but removes the blackberry seed pods and prevents self-sowing.