Strappy Leaf Plants
Our strappy leaf plants include improved Lomandras and Dianellas that thrive in commercial and residential landscapes, especially tough roadside conditions. They are tough, low maintenance and require low to no irrigation for most populated areas of Australia. Click on one of the plants below to find out more.
Dianella grass plants or flax lilies are a large family of strappy leaved plants found throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Many varieties are native to Australia and their attractive blue green leaves and deep blue to purple coloured berries make them firm favourites with home gardeners and landscaping professionals alike.
Whether used in mass planting schemes, as accents or in native garden designs, lomandra’s grass-like, long, flowing foliage brings a constant calm to the garden.
There is nothing like the sound and sight of a mass planting of Lomandra, being transformed by a breeze to make it resemble the rolling waves of the sea.
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The deep, blue-greens of the arching grass-like foliage, and the consistent cross-hatch of the clumping, strappy leaves, is a glorious sight on a hot summer’s day.
The fact that they are hardy, drought and frost tolerant is an added bonus to the attractive sea of rolling green foliage that they bring to the landscape, when included in a garden’s plant palette.
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