Fragrant, brightest egg-yolk-yellow flowers erupt in Spring – instantly illuminating any garden and producing plenty of blooms for bouquets! Their lush and lovely sword-shaped foliage forms a dense, 1’ tall mass that grows through the Winter months. Numerous flower spikes eventually emerge, each topped with a spray of brilliant blossoms that open in slow succession.
It is now supposed that usual garden freesia have all originated from Freesia refracta (common freesia). The true species are mostly white or yellow but hybridization has altered the color range.