CASSA BLUE® is a Dianella with stunning blue flowers and foliage
CASSA BLUE® Dianella caerulea ‘DBB03’
Compact rich blue foliage with a far superior display compared to most Dianellas. Foliage grows to approximately 50cm in height with a spread of approximately 40cm.
Colour contrasting plant. Mass planting, accent plant, foliage or grassy gardens. Low water requirement gardens. See detailed specification sheets for specific areas, as uses change in different regions.
Tolerates a wide range of soils and climatic conditions. Suited to full sun as well as partially shaded positions. Hardy with excellent cold, heat, frost and drought tolerance.
Trim older leaves annually as required to maintain a neat appearance. Plant in a well mulched garden. Apply a slow release fertiliser once per year in spring.
Cassa Blue® Dianella has beautiful foliage and great flowers. Its mass of baby blue flowers grow to about 55cm in height.
This tough, drought and frost tolerant Dianella caerulea’s foliage grows to approximately 40cm tall with a spread of 40 cm. Its form is more of a clumping Dianella caerulea rather than spreading. Its stunning blue foliage, and highly desirable size and shape, make it the ideal plant for commercial landscapes, and home garden designs.
Cassa Blue® Dianella will look great in mass planting for landscapes and the garden. It will provide great contrasting colours with its blue foliage. These photos show the many ways the Cassa Blue® plant can be used in the garden.
Tough & Brilliant Blue
A natural toughness makes this an ideal plant for mass planting. Cassa Blue® Dianella is slower growing, but once established is very tough. In some ways Cassa Blue® Dianella has the shape of a dwarf Phormium, but it is a lot tougher. Its blue colour provides great contrast in any garden or landscape design. See local specification sheets (above right) for more information.
This website gives general information for the states/regions in Australia. For local information on which plants work in your area contact your local grower. Local grower knowledge is vital, this website is no substitute.
Heights shown on the website are for general gardening conditions. In well maintained gardens, some plants will get taller.