The Angel's fishing rod (Dierama pulcherrimum) belongs to Iridaceae (the Iris family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed from the Cape region of South Africa to Zimbabwe. It grows in sunny, slightly moist areas and can reach 60-90 cm in height. The leaves are elongated, linear and crowding. From May to July, long flower stalks of 120 to 210 cm are extended, and rose pink flowers hang down and bloom. In horticulture, it is also called "Tenshi-no-tsurizao" (Angel's fishing rod)", which is a literal translation of the English name.