The Dianella longifolia is an evergreen, native grass – features bright green strappy foliage throughout the year and blue flowers that are held above the foliage in late Spring to Summer. As the flower fades in Summer edible blue-purple berries develop.

Common Name/s :  Blueberry lily, Blue Flax lily

Family : Asphodelaceae

Origin : Australia

Habit : Clumping, weeping, spreading

Height : Up to 0.8 – 1.0 in height

Width : Up to 0.5 – 1.0m in width

Growth Rate : Moderate

Foliage : It is strappy leaves that is bright green foliage throughout the year

Flowers : Yes

Flower Description : The flowers are a pale purply-blue held above the foliage and blooms in late Spring to Summer.

Flowers colours : Blue;Purple

Fruit : As the flower fades in Summer edible blue-purple berries develop.

Position : Suitable in full sun to part shaded areas

Common Pest And Diseases : Not known to have any pests and diseases

Soil Type : Suitable for most soil types and in coastal and tropical environments.

Care And Maintenance : This strappy grass requires very low maintenance, they will grow and thrive in almost all Australian conditions and climates, they can be cut back to keep tidy or left to grow on it’s own.

Available Pot Size/s : 140mm

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