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Blue Flax-lily

Blue Flax-lily

Dianella brevipedunculata

Regular price $13.75 AUD
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Care Information

Expected Height Range:

0.5 m - 1 m

Spread Range:

0.5 m - 1 m

Preferred positioning:

Full sun, Partial sun, and Partial shade

Common uses:

Robust/Hardy, Supports wildlife, Border planting, Textural interest, Drought tolerant, Low maintenance garden, and Container growing

Flower Season/s:

Spring and Summer

Flower Colour/s:

Plant life cycle:

Perennial

Habitat:

Native to eastern Australia and found in a variety of habitats, from coastal regions to forest understoreys and open grasslands

Leaf information:

Long, narrow green leaves

Preferred Soil:

Adaptable to a range of soil conditions, including moderately fertile clay soils, it does, however, prefer well-drained, loamy, or sandy soils.

Adored for its attractive, strappy green foliage and striking blue flowers, accompanied by edible, vibrant blue-purple berries, this hardy and versatile Australian native plant is ideal for enhancing garden beds, borders, and native landscapes with texture and color. Its drought tolerance and low maintenance requirements make it an excellent choice for water-wise gardens. If you're tackling a problem area in your garden, this plant could be the perfect solution! Additionally, the Blue Flax-Lily supports local wildlife by providing food for birds and insects, making it a valuable addition to any garden.

Care Considerations:

Drought-tolerant once established requiring minimal watering except during prolonged dry periods. Pruning is generally not required except to remove damaged leaves or maintain tidy appearance. No fertilisation is required however an occasional spread of a balanced fertiliser can be used.
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