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Lomandra longifolia EASY AS$7.50 Quick View
Lomandra longifolia TANIKA$7.50
An improved form with narrow strappy leaves, grows to 60cm x 60cm wide, yellow flower spikes, likes full sun to light shade, a good feature or filler for any garden.
Lomandra spicata – Forest Mat Rush$2.50 – $6.50
Perennial understorey herb to 80cm forming a tussock. Creamy yellow cylindrical flower, orange seed capsules. Needs moist well drained soil in light shade or shade. Tolerates light frost.
Lomandra spicata JOEY GRASS$7.50
Dwarf form of Lomandra spicata. Perennial understorey tussock to 30cm. Creamy yellow cylindrical flower. Needs moist well drained soil in light shade or shade. Light frost.
Pennisetum alopecuroides – Swamp Foxtail$2.50 – $7.50
Tufted perennial native grass with showy purplish flower tassels to 60cm in summer & autumn. Suitable for damp flats and boggy areas. Found in all states.
Philydrum lanuginosum – Frogsmouth NPT$2.50
Small clumping plant with foliage resembling Aloe Vera. Spikes to 50cm with numerous attractive yellow flowers resembling frog’s mouths. Usually seen growing on edges of dams and waterways.
Poa labillarderii – Common Tussock Grass$2.50 – $7.50
Tufted perennial grass to 80cm widely distributed in alluvial soils which are moist for extended periods. Looks & grows well in massed plantings. Sun or part shade. Most states.
Restio tetraphyllus – Notched Pin Rush$3.50
Attractive perennial sedge to 160cm high with creeping rhizome. Grows naturally in swampy sand & on riverbanks in coastal areas. Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas & SA.
Romnalda grallata – Stilt Lily$7.50
Similar plant to Lomandra but with bisexual flowers.Clumping plant to 40cm in height found as an understorey in a relatively small area of northern Queensland rainforest.Best in cool shady site.
Rhizomatous perennial to 80cm tall grows in streams & damp situations forming showy clumps. Excellent for replanting dam edges and creek banks. Sun or shade, most soils. NSW, Qld, NT & WA.