A welcome cousin to Little Jess, this dwarf dianella will edge your garden beds with elegance while giving taller plants behind the chance to shine. It's a great bank binder and mass planting grass too, spreading widthways to form dense broad mats of foliage. Happy almost anywhere.Need help deciding which Dianella to choose? Our post Which Dianella Is Best For You? will help you.
DESCRIPTION: Petite, low-growing, low maintenance, mat-forming native flowering grass with bright green leaves and tiny blue flowers in spring-summer. About one-third the height of its species parent D. revoluta, and much bushier. USES:Mass planting, underplanting, bank binding, border edging. PLANTING: Plant in sun or shade, even full shade, in the garden. Easy going, tolerates sun, shade, frost, and most soil types including sand or clay. Withstands coastal garden conditions. CARE: Mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Needs almost no maintenance after that, bar an annual tidy and feed. Feed with low phosphorus fertiliser for native plants in early spring or late summer. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 35 cm H x 40 cm W forming mats to 2m YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide