A great variety of Dianella revoluta that's proving itself in the landscape. Kentlyn has slim, upright foliage and easily handles temperature extremes in less than optimum soils. Kentlyn bears generous amounts of small, purple/blue flowers atop wiry stems which sit just above the foliage in the hotter months. The same stems will produce small, blue berries which attract wildlife and create an interesting display. Kentlyn has proved itself over the years as a variety well deserving of the description - an 'all-purpose Dianella'. Great for areas that require erosion control.
|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.|
|Flowering Period||Summer, Spring|
|Tolerances||Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant, Wind, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils|
|Uses||Border, Garden, Landscape, Native, Shrub, Slopes/Embankments, Soil Stabilisation, Feature Plant|
Information Sheet - Dianella
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