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Cassa Blue™ Flax Lily - Monrovia

SKU:
MNDICAC

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SKU:
MNDICAC
Weight:
1.00 LBS
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Photo(s) Courtesy of Monrovia Growers
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_description-height:
24 inches
_description-width:
24 inches
_description-light:
Partial Shade, Full Sun
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Dianella caerulea 'DBB03' PP #17,998
Attracts:
Pollinators, Butterflies
Bloom Time:
Spring
Evergreen or Deciduous:
Evergreen
Genus Name:
Dianella
Family Name:
Flax Lily
Flower Color:
Blue
Foliage Color:
Blue, Green
Growth Rate:
Slow
Hardiness Zone:
7
Landscape Uses:
Border, Coastal Exposure, Container, Massing, Rock
Mature Height:
24 inches
Mature Width:
24 inches
Prune Time:
Spring Cleanup
Light Needs:
Partial Shade, Full Sun
Water Needs:
Dry to Average
Waterwise:
0
_callout-4|Light Needs:
Partial Shade, Full Sun
_callout-25|Foliage Color:
Blue, Green
_callout-26|Flower Color:
Blue
_callout-27|Bloom Time:
Spring
_callout-28|Attracts:
Pollinators, Butterflies
_callout-17|Landscape Uses:
Border, Coastal Exposure, Container, Massing, Rock

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Product Overview

Dianella caerulea 'DBB03' PP #17,998
An extremely versatile and easy care dwarf selection with lush blue-green foliage and small violet flower clusters followed by attractive purple berries. Slow growing and clump-forming; doesn't spread widely by rhizomes. An excellent mass planting or border in front of shrubs. Hardy and adaptable, tolerates salt spray and drought. Evergreen.

Planting & Growing

Thrives in average, well-drained soils; tolerates clay, provided a slope or berm for good drainage. Water deeply, regularly during first growing season to establish an extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. For a neat appearance, prune old foliage and flower stalks. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

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