Little Rev™ Dianella revoluta ‘DR5000’
- Compact blue-grey foliage
- Great architectural form
- Little to no maintenance required once established
Description: Little Rev™ Dianella is a very hardy plant with a beautiful form, making it perfect for modern landscapes. Recent wet periods have shown it is best planted in raised or flat landscapes. Little Rev™ Dianella has masses of small purple flowers from October to November.
Size: 30 – 40cm high x 30 – 40 cm wide.
Uses: Commercial and residential modern landscapes.
Position: Full sun to moderate shade. Tolerates drought and frost. Suits moderate heavy to free draining soils, avoid very poor soils. Little Rev™ Dianella performs better in raised or flat landscapes, not recommended for depressed areas.
Care: Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established. Plant in a well mulched garden (chunky mulch is recommended). Ensure crown or base of plant is not below soil or mulch level. If required use slow release fertiliser in spring. Every 3-5 years cut back to 1/3 the height (will look better with pruning every 3 years, this depends on your requirements). Do not excessively irrigate.
Where it works: ACT, VIC, SA, WA, TAS & NSW (must have good free draining soil for Sydney).
Top Little Rev™ Wholesale Growers
|Alliance Seeds Pty Ltd||THE BASIN||03 9761 0906|
|Din San Nursery||DINGLEY||03 9540 5222|
|Humphris Nursery||MOOROOLBARK||03 9761 9688|
|Prestige Plants||WHITTLESEA||03 5786 2036|
|Rodilesa Plants||JUNORTOUN||03 5449 3966|
|Tall Trees Nursery||BALNARRING||03 5983 0166|
|Urban Environments||BELGRAVE||03 9754 3197|
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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.
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