PBR Name: LL364
A compact, fine leafed, fast growing, very hardy and long-lived form of Lomandra longifolia. Already extensively tested, it has proven its reliability in many different climates and situations. Verday's soft, evergreen leaves and arching habit gives it an attractive, graceful appeal, belying its inherent tough nature. Has showy, yellow flower spikes in spring and autumn. A tough plant that can flourish in places that most plants don't survive. Tolerant of high heat and dry spells, heavy frost, salt-ladened air, even the occasional flooding.
Height to 60cm
Width to 80cm
Best planting time: Spring, Autumn, Winter.
Flowering time: Spring through to Summer.
Foliage: Semi-upright/weeping, dense foliage, medium green in colour.
Optimum planting requirements: For good ground coverage plant 2 to 4 plants per m2.
Optimum climatic zones: Will tolerate semi-arid, temperate or cool conditions.
Uses: Playgrounds, Mass Plantings, Roadside
Soil Type: Prefers mildly acid - neutral soils. Well drained.
Care: Cut back every three years. Apply a native slow release fertiliser in Spring.
|Tolerances||Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant, Frost Hardy|
|Position||Full Sun, Full Sun/Part Shade|
|Use||Border, Garden, Landscape, Native, Retaining Walls|
|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.|
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