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Terrey Hills NSW 2084
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Lomandra is a genus of evergreen, perennial grasses native to Australia and New Guinea. They are typically low-growing plants with long, narrow leaves that resemble blades of grass. The leaves are tough and fibrous, and they can be either green or blue-green in color. Lomandra plants produce small, star-shaped flowers that are often white or cream-colored. The flowers are typically arranged in clusters, and they can bloom throughout the year.
Lomandra plants are versatile and can be used for a variety of purposes. They are commonly used as ornamental plants in gardens and landscapes. They are also used for erosion control and as a groundcover. Lomandra plants are also a good source of food and shelter for wildlife.
Some species of lomandra are edible, and their leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. The leaves have a slightly sweet taste and a crunchy texture. They can be used in salads, stir-fries, and soups.
The seeds are ground up and turned into a flour.
Growing and Care Instructions:
Lomandra plants are relatively easy to grow and care for. They thrive in warm, sunny locations with well-drained soil. They are tolerant of drought and can also tolerate some shade. Lomandra plants should be watered regularly during the first year after planting. Once they are established, they only need to be watered during periods of hot, dry weather.
Lomandra plants vary in height depending on the species. Some species, such as Lomandra longifolia, can grow up to 1 meter tall. Other species, such as Lomandra conferta, are only a few centimeters tall.
- Lomandra plants are a good choice for low-maintenance landscaping.
- Lomandra plants are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.
- Lomandra plants are resistant to pests and diseases.