Dianella Emperor's Pearl™
Emperor's Pearl creates a regal display of bluish, upright foliage that stands out in the landscape. Its symmetrical growth habit ensures it is well-kept and neat in appearance. A profusion of small, deep lilac flowers are produced in profusion over spring and summer atop wiry stems. After each flush of flowers, blue berries are produced which create a second colourful display. Emperor's Pearl offers minimal maintenance for an exceptional display.
For mass plantings it is recommended to position at 50cm intervals.
|Brand||Provincial Plants Collection|
|Flower Colour||Light Blue|
|Flowering Period||Summer, Spring|
|Maintenance||Dianella are able to handle many soil types, however most native plants will do best in free-draining soil. They will perform well in part shade locations, but perform their best in a full sun position. Remove spent flower stems by cutting them at the base. If the leaves look unsightly, during autumn cut the entire plant back to ground level to allow fresh growth to emerge from the underground rhizomes.|
|Fertiliser||Feed with a small amount of general purpose or native plant controlled release fertiliser once a year.|
|Watering||This is a drought tolerant plant that will generally survive off natural rainful due to the underground rhizomes that gather the water and nutrients they require.|
|Pest & Diseases||No major pests or diseases - a classic, easy-care plant!|
|Climate Zone||1, 2, 3, 4|
|Tolerances||Drought Tolerant, Frost Hardy, Wind, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils|
|Uses||Border, Garden, Landscape, Native, Shrub, Roadside, Slopes/Embankments, Soil Stabilisation, Feature Plant|
|Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infingement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act, 1994.|
Dianella Emperor's Pearl
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