Tritonia disticha is clump-forming and is best when interplanted with grasses. The relatively large flowers with a distinctive orange colour contrast nicely with the grasses.
This cormous perennial has upright sword-shaped leaves up to 700mm tall. It flowers with pink, open funnel shaped flowers in Mid to late summer the flowers reach a 20mm diameter. The flowers can vary from bright red, orange, yellow or pink flowers depending on the subspecies and variety. It does well as borders in garden beds resembling tiny lilies in the garden.