Plant name: Long leaf wallaby grass
Plant type: native and ornamental grasses
Origin: NSW, QLD, TAS, VIC.
Cultural notes: Adaptable to most soils, will tolerate shade but at its best in full sun.
Maintenance: Remove spent seed heads and trim foliage to encourage new growth.
Tolerates: Drought and frost tolerant.
Flowering season: Spring, Summer, Autumn.
Flower colour: Delicate, cream-coloured flowers occurring in spikelets up to 15cm long. Flowers are displayed above the foliage.
Foliage colour: Long, slender green foliage.
Width: Up to 50cm
Height: Up to 1m
Plant spacing: 50cm apart
Recommended uses: Use single plants as an accent or group together as a feature planting. Commonly used in rockeries.
Description: A tufting perennial grass with long slender foliage. Cream flower heads are held above the foliage.