Chasmanthe floribunda is a perennial which grows from a corm and produces large clumps. It erects a thin, tall stem which up to 1m high and an inflorescence holding 20 to 40 flowers in bright orange-red or scarlet on the upper lobe and yellow to orange in the lower lobes. It can be grown in containers and may need dividing every two or three years if planted in a garden.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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