New form of dwarf flax, grows to 60cm tall by 1m wide. Strongly arching and slightly twisting cream-yellow leaves. Ideal for pots or brightening dark areas in the garden. (Good for dry, foliage, groundcover, native, pots, sun, semi-shade, wind) … Read More »
Leaves are evergreen, chocolate brown, edged with bright olive green, and usually with a lighter midrib. They are 3-5 cm wide and up to 1 m long. Flowers attract nectar-feeding birds. Prefers a sunny or partially shaded position in relatively dry, free-dr … Read More »
Mountain flax, Wharariki Endemic to New Zealand Phormium cookianum is a very useful plant for any native planting. Despite its common name the New Zealand Mountain flax Phormium cookianum is found throughout New Zealand on coastal slopesto above treeline … Read More »
With a semi weeping habit these rich purple leaves with a slight blue tinge to the underside attract your eye instantly. Planted on enmass it would make a great background, perfect for coastal gardens and general garden borders. Position in full sun to … Read More »
A spectacular large growing flax with deep purple red foliage which gracefully arches towards the tip. Position in full sun to part shade. Best in moist well drained soil but will tolerate poor soils and coastal conditions. Produces large flower spikes … Read More »
Plant in any well-drained fertile soil. Does not tolerate full sun on dry soils, but will if reliably moist. If the plant loses its colour, dig up pull part and discard dead leaves, cut down in size and it will regrow successfully. … Read More »
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