|Belamcanda chinesis||Iris Family||Iridaceae|
|July - August||Infrequent||Alien|
Description: 1 to 3 feet tall. Leaves are sword like and overlap at base like Iris. Flowers are orange with dark orange spots, resembles a lily flower. The Asiatic introduction is an escape from cultivation. When the fruits ripen and open the cluster of black seeds resembles a blackberry.
Location: Road sides and Fields
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