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What is the tallest Lomandra?

What is the tallest Lomandra?

LOMANDRA: Lomandra hystrix ‘Katie Belles’ – this is the tallest of this plant group, similar in height to the species Lomandra hystrix.

What is the smallest Lomandra?

lomandra fluviatilis ‘ABU7 Shara’ It’s highly drought tolerant and very resistant to diseases including Phytophthora. Its small compact form (up to 55cm high) makes it a great choice for mass planting, ground cover or as a border.

Is there a dwarf Lomandra?

This grass-like perennial bush is called Lomandra longifolia ‘Breeze’ PP15,420. Commonly known as Dwarf Mat Rush and with Australian origins, its long narrow leaves grow as tall as 3′ high with a width of less than half an inch.

How big does Lomandra tanika grow?

Grows to H 50 – 60cm x W 65cm.

Is Lomandra tanika fast growing?

This cultivar has proven to be very adaptable and is arguably the best Lomandra on the market for appearance and all round performance….Lomandra longifolia ‘Tanika’ Mat Rush.

Family: Lomandraceae
Growth Habit: Evergreen
Lifespan: Perennial
Soil Moisture: Dry, Well-drained
Special Uses: Erosion control, Pollution tolerant, Fast growing

Can you cut back Lomandra tanika?

Care and Fertilising: Lomandra ‘Tanika’ do not need pruning, however if they becoming too large, they can be reduced in size by cutting back the foliage to 15cm above the ground. As with any other plant, it is best to avoid trimming or pruning in drought conditions, or in the middle of summer.

How far apart do you plant Lomandra?

To ensure dense coverage, plant at 0.5-‐ 1m spacing in an offset, zigzag pattern with rows 1m apart. The clumps will quickly expand and form dense mats. Plant by loosening the Lomandra in the pot by squeezing on the diagonals. Back-‐fill the hole and use your hands to firm down the soil.

Is Lomandra breeze invasive?

Lomandra breeze isn’t considered toxic or invasive. It’s a relatively easy plant to grow with just a few pest concerns.

How far apart do you plant Lomandra tanika?

Not recommended for low lying areas Sydney and north due to the increase of phytophthora in the landscape. Shara™ and Evergreen Baby™ Lomandra are phytophthora resistant alternatives for these situations. Size: 50 – 60 cm high x 65 cm wide. Planting Density: 3-6 plants per m², 2-3 plants per linear metre.