Lomandra Fibre Optic
Foliage resembling luminous green optic fibres!
Fibre Optic has quickly become a favourite with its soft foliage posing no threat to the dedicated gardener or passers by, unlike many Lomandra varieties that produce stiff foliage and long flower spikes. Fibre Optic bears small pale yellow flowers that stand out beautifully against the lime-green foliage. Only growing to about 50cm or so high, it's a well suited option for smaller, low-maintenance gardens or mass plantings in larger gardens for a more dramatic effect.
Height to 50cm
Width to 70cm
Best planting time: Spring, Autumn, Winter.
Flowering time: Spring through to Summer.
Foliage: Neat, clumping habit with fine, grassy, slightly pendulous foliage.
Optimum planting requirements: For good ground coverage plant 2 to 3 plants per m2.
Optimum climatic zones: Will tolerate temperate or cool conditions.
Uses: Landscape mass plantings, playgrounds, roadside, high-traffic areas.
Soil Type: Prefers mildly acid - neutral soils. Well drained.
Care: Cut back every three years. Apply a native slow release fertiliser in Spring.
For more information or to print this information, open the information sheet below.
|Use||Roadside, Slopes/Embankments, Playgrounds, Mass Plantings, Soil Stabilization, Feature Plant|
|Optimum Position||Full Sun|
|Tolerant to:||Drought, Wind, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils|
Lomandra Fibre Optic Information Sheet
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