Lomandra Seascape

Category: Lomandra

Lomandra Seascape offers narrow blue-grey foliage with a graceful weeping habit. You can expect the smell of small, fragrant yellow blooms throughout the warmer months, bringing a faint but sweet aroma.

Seascape is extremely frost hardy and drought tolerant. It’s easy to maintain, non-invasive and handles sandy soils. Seascape is extremely popular in modern plantscaping, offering a contrast option with mass plantings of other lomandra, or when planted at the base of native specimen trees.

It’s ideal for patio pots, rockeries and borders, and is great for softening harsh edges like retaining walls and paths. Mass plantings give a seaside feel, replicating a rippling ocean surface in the breeze.

Species Lomandra confertifolia spp. rubiginosa
PBR This variety may be registerable under the PBR Act, 1994. Growers should determine it's PBR status prior to propagation or undertaking other commercial activities.
Plugs Available From Greenhills Propagation
Position Full Sun/Part Shade
Height to 70cm
Width to 50cm
Flowering Period Spring
Tolerances Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant, Wind, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils
Uses Border, Garden, Landscape, Native, Retaining Walls, Shrub, Roadside, Soil Stabilisation, Feature Plant

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