Plant name: Lomandra confertifolia
Plant type: strappy leaf / native lilies
Origin: NSW, VIC, QLD.
Cultural notes: A hardy fast growing plant adaptable to most soils provided they are well drained. Prefers a sunny position but will tolerate some shade.
Tolerates: Drought and frost tolerant.
Flowering season: Spring and Summer.
Flower colour: Creamy white to yellow flower spikes, often hidden among the foliage.
Foliage colour: Leaves are slender and up to 70cm long.
Foliage colour: can vary from bright green to blue, grey and purple.
Width: up to 1m
Height: up to 0.5m
Plant spacing: 50cm apart
Recommended uses: Often used in mass planting or along borders. Also suitable as a container plant.
Description: An dense tufted plant with slender foliage which can vary in colour from bright green to shades of blue, grey and even purple. There are five recognised subspecies of Lomandra confertifolia.