A very hardy landscaping plant with a clumping grass-like appearance which produces pale yellow flowers during Spring and Summer. Great for borders in full sun positions.
A large strappy leafed plant that grows naturally around fresh water creeks, rivers, lakes and moist gullies. The lomandra hystrix is drought tolerant and hardy, but will look best with occasional watering during dry periods of the year.
An evergreen perennial plant producing a cluster of leaves from the roots and growing about 1 m tall. It produces very small, non-scented, yellow flowers year around. The plant is sometimes gathered from the wild for the fibre obtained from its leaves.
An ornamental grass with burgundy foliage and long feathery flowers held high above the foliage. Best grown in full sun to get the good red colour.
A compact and bushy small grass, excellent for edging around rock gardens and is especially good around ponds where it gets plenty of water.
A fantastic fine leafed grass which makes excellent ground covers, especially around rocks and ponds, as well as plantings between stepping stones. Its low growing growth habit and sometimes wavy appearance makes it a great architectural plant.