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Lomandra hysterix

Lomandra hysterix

Large tufting plant growing to a height and width of 1.5m. Leave are gracefully arching and usually a bright green.
originNorth Eastern NSW, Qld.
cultural notesA hardy plant that will grow in full sun or heavy shade. Will tolerate a range of soils but requires ample moisture.
maintenanceCan be cut back if required.
toleratesToleratant of temporary innundation and moderate frosts.
flowering seasonSpring and Summer.
flower colourCream coloured, sweet smelling flowers are held on branched flower spike just behind the tips of the foliage.
foliage colourFoliage is usually bright green, but darker leaved versions can be seen.
widthup to 1.5m
heightup to 1.5m
plant spacing100cm apart
recommended usesGood soil binder for steep banks. Suitable for mass plantings and borders. Arching foliage can be used to cover unsightly concrete edges. Suitable as an indoor container plant.

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