Finer slender leaf on this native variety, soft to the touch. Very good in humid locations, doesn't mind getting its feet wet occasionally. Great erosion control plant and fantastic in rooftop gardens and other exposed sites. Tidy compact grass to 50cm around. We love Shara for her soft fine foliage, bank-binding skills, resilience in humid climatesHaving trouble deciding which Lomandra to choose? Our post Which Lomandra is Best For You? wIll help you.
"I recently purchased 10 tube stock of the Lomandra Fluviatilis Shara. They arrived well and are doing beautifully, and I’m very pleased with the quality." Mary, Lorne VIC
Lomandra fluviatilis 'Shara'™ BAU7' PBR APPEARANCE: Shara™ is a tidy, compact form of Lomandra with very fine slender leaves. Phytophthora resistant, bred for humid climates and wetter soils - perfect alternative to the less resilient Tanika. USES: Ideal for erosion control and bank binding. Soft to touch for high traffic areas or gardens with children. Border plant and around rockeries; mass planting and groundcover. Resilient in exposed sites. PLANTING: Full sun to part shade avoiding poorly drained or wet soil for extended periods (though Shara can stand temporary flooding). Tolerates most soil types. Plant in a well drained soil, mulch and fertilise when planting. CARE: Prune to tidy old growth as required and fertilise yearly. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 50 cm H x 50 cm W YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.