APNI. In late spring and early summer, pannicles of delicate […] Tough, drought tolerant low maintenance plant for borders, pots or as an accent plant. Description: Revelation® Dianella is medium sized with blue green foliage and small blue flowers from October to November. Plant in light shade to full sun in a well drained soil. Extensively rhizomatous, usually forming loose mats, to c. 5 m diam; culms to 90 cm high. With upright, blue-green swords that fan out from a central cluster, Dianella revoluta ‘Little Rev’ makes a clean, structural statement in the landscape. Kentlyn grows with an upright habit. Leaves have sharply serrated margins; branched panicles of purple and yellow star-shaped flowers grow above the foliage in mid spring. An excellent choice for growing in difficult areas beneath trees as it … Variety of soils, laterite, granite, limestone. Botanical name: Dianella spp. is not clear. Dianella revoluta is a tufted, perennial herb with stems less than 15 cm (5.9 in) long and touching or up to 30 cm (12 in) apart. blue-violet, Aug to Nov or Apr. Plant to 1.5 m high; tufts 5–50 cm diam. Enter your email address to receive a notification when this product is in stock again. Pale blue star shaped flowers in Spring and Summer are followed by decorative glossy blue berries. Moderate water needs once established. Dianella sp. revoluta is currently recognised for Victoria. It has ¼ to ½ inch wide foliage that is a yellow-green on the upper surface and a blue-green on the more visible lower surface and held in uniform upright fans. Rhizomatous, perennial, herb, 0.3-1.5 m high. Dianella tasmanica ‘Blaze’ produces purplish green foliage for most of the year which makes it a great contrast or feature plant. DIANELLA caerulea (Paroo Lily, genus: DIANELLA). dia. Dianella revoluta Baby Bliss ['DTN03'] PP18883 (Baby Bliss Flax Lily) - A tight clumping rhizomatous evergreen perennial with uniform fans of 1 inch wide blue-green foliage to 12 to 18 inches tall. Give regular water and mulch. See profile under that name. It has a spiky, upright growth and branches out easily. Tough, drought tolerant low maintenance plant for borders, pots or as an accent plant. Leaves mostly erect, closely sheathing at base, 15–65 cm long, 0.5–1.2 cm wide, usually discolorous, dark green above, glaucous below. Family Asphodelaceae in VICFLORA. Dianella revoluta R.Br. A widespread and variable species with 5 named varieties in Australia and a number of informally recognised entities yet to be fully circumscribed (see synonymy under D. It is hardy to about 20-25 degrees F. This plant is from Australian plant breeder Todd Layt and is marketed in the US by Celebrated Plants. Closely tufted plant to 50 cm tall. Dianella admixta Gand. revoluta). This makes it perfect for commercial and residential modern landscapes. Dianella revoluta Coolvista® (‘Allyn-Citation’ PBR) EU 38076 Ornamental grasses Description. Inflorescence subequal to or usually exceeding leaves, to c. 80 (occuasionally to c. 1.4 m high). Strappy, grass-like blue-green leaves form slow spreading clumps. Conservation Code: Not threatened Naturalised Status: Native to Western Australia Name Status: Current Brief Description Grazyna Paczkowska, Wednesday 22 June 1994. About 35 named species, in Africa, South-east Asia, the Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Australia; about 20 named species in Australia but rather more are believed to await formal description, mostly northern and eastern, 10 recognised species in Victoria. Dianella revoluta var. R.J.F.Hend. Dianella revoluta ‘Little Rev’ Dianella revoluta ‘Little Rev’ Dianella Little Rev is a very compact strappy leaved clumping perennial with attractive blue-grey foliage. As currently circumscribed, occurs in all States (but not N.T.). Good deep green foliage, finely serrated and with blue berries. Dianella admixta Gand. Family: Hemerocallidaceae. D. revoluta is an erect, hairless, perennial herb with a lifespan of many years, forming clumps and growing from rhizomes underground. A widespread and variable species with 5 named varieties in Australia and a number of informally recognised entities yet to be fully circumscribed (see synonymy under D. revolata var. Family Phormiaceae in PlantNET. porracea (now Dianella porracea, q.v.) The Dianella Tasmanica (Tasman flax lily) grows naturally in the forests of Tasmania, Victoria and the NSW coast. revoluta complex in Victoria, but even its distinction from typical D. revoluta (type from Port Jackson, N.S.W.) This one is known as the Black anther flax lily. Dianella revoluta var. Grows 2 to 3 feet high by 1 to 2 feet wide. Plants densely or loosely tufted, rhizomatous, sometimes forming dense patches several metres across. Prefers sun or shade. If you have not already verified your email address you will receive a verification email to the address entered which must be actioned in order for the notifications to start. at base. D. revoluta grows to about 1m in height and has a diameter of up to 1.5m. blue-purple-violet, Aug to Dec or Jan or Apr. The leaves are leathery, long and linear, varying in length from 1.5 – 8.5 cm and width from 4 – 15mm. Upright evergreen grass like perennial. Lower growing than many from around 30 – 80 cm. revoluta in AVH, Find Dianella revoluta var. Seeds usually 3.3 mm long; leaf blades suberect, glaucous or grey-green; leaf blade and sheath both narrowing to the zone of occlusion; leaf sheaths green or purplish; cymules 3–22-flowered. Order caerulea direct from Australia's largest and most established seed merchants, Nindethana Australian Seed. Blue-violet star shaped flowers bloom spring into early summer and are followed by blue-purple berries that last another couple months. revoluta in Victorian Biodiversity Atlas. Drought tolerant once established. 280 (1810)
Occurs through a very wide range of vegetation types and from sea level to the subalps and from mallee to mountain forests. Leaves usually dying back over summer, erect to spreading, hardly sheathing at base, 12–45 cm long, 4–12 mm wide, flat to broadly V-shaped in section, rather thin-textured, smooth apart for irregularly spaced tubercles, to c. 0.5 mm long, along margins and abaxial midrib, concolorous, grey-green. Dianella ‘Clarity Blue’ is a new and improved variety that has stunning grey foliage for year round interest and can even cope with short periods of wet feet. It’s tolerance for shade, moisture, and cooler temperatures make it a great choice for those wetter cooler locations that don’t suit some of the other dianellas. New Introduction. Flax Lily Fl.Australia 45:484 (1987) Conservation Code: Not threatened Naturalised Status: Native to Western Australia Name Status: Current Brief Description Grazyna Paczkowska, Wednesday 22 June 1994. Masses of small purple flowers from October to November. Dianella is a genus of about forty species of flowering plants in the monocot family Asphodelaceae and are commonly known as flax lilies. is the name that has most commonly been applied to the most widespread member of the var. Dianella revoluta 'Little Rev' PP17,719 ['DR5000'] (Little Rev Flax Lily) - A compact clumping (with short rhizomes) evergreen perennial growing to 2-4 feet tall and spreading slowly outwards. is the name that has most commonly been applied to the most widespread member of the var. Rhizomatous, tufted perennial, herb, to 1 m high. All native plants on unleased land in the ACT are protected. brevicaulis Ostenf. longifolia. The leaves are folded lengthwise and grass-like, 15–85 cm (5.9–33.5 in) long and 3–23 mm (0.12–0.91 in) wide. Fl. is not clear. Has attractive purple berries in summer. The Dianella Coolvista shows throughout the year its trendy, blue-gray foliage. Dianlla tasmanica 'Blaze' Excellent around pools and ponds or hot dry sites. Coolvista is drought and heat resistant and prefers a well-drained soil in full sun. Dianella Revoluta ‘Little Rev’ Medium growth rate. A robust, densely tufting form with inflorescences 1 m high or more occurs in the Wimmera and Mallee areas and is one of the more distinctive entities in the complex. and … Continue reading "Dwarf flax lily" Dianella revoluta Seaspray: Common Names: Dianella Seaspray: Foliage Type: Evergreen: Native: Yes: Plant Type: Grass / Tuft: Plant Habit: Clumping: Description: Tufting native grass with upright blue / green foliage. revoluta (North-west Victoria), Find Dianella revoluta var. Beautiful grey-green upright leaves and sky blue flowers followed by bright blue berries in summer. Dianella revoluta 'Sea Breeze' Description. Dianella revoluta 'Little Rev' Baby Bliss Flax Lily. D. admixta syn Dianella revoluta var revoluta. Fl. CVU, DunT, EGL, EGU, GipP, Glep, Gold, GGr, HNF, HSF, LoM, MonT, MuM, NIS, OtP, RobP, SnM, VAlp, VRiv, VVP, WaP, Wim. Dianella brevicaulis , commonly known as the Coast Flax-lily , is a tufted, rhizomatous , perennial herb with fibrous roots and blue-purple flowers. General description: A hardy perennial native herb 0.5 to 1.5m tall, cultivated as a garden ornamental for its attractive foliage and striking blue/purple berries. A 2 foot tall perennial with weeping, strap-like shiny green leaves compressed into flat fans In summer appear the blue to mauve colored flowers and are followed by attractive rich, translucent purple or cobalt colored berries. Until a detailed revision has been completed, it is not possible here to present accounts or keys to the various members of the complex. Its long leaves form a soft, green tussock which conceal the flowering stems. (includes D. ensifolia, D. brevipedunculata, D. caerulea, D. revoluta,) Other common names: Flax lily, Blueberry lily. Recent wet periods have shown it is best planted in raised or flat landscapes. Be cool, plant Coolvista. revoluta and Dianella longifolia var. Of the named varieties, only D. revoluta var. Growing 2-3’ tall by 1-2’ wide, this species of evergreen flax lily hails from Australia, where it is found in sandplains and woodlands. Hybrids are known between Dianella revoluta var. var. The Dwarf flax lily is an evergreen clumping perennial with pale green foliage, a stiff upright growth habit, 3-4 ft. tall and as wide. Easy grower for most soils and situations. Flowers 10–20 mm wide, blue to violet; perianth segments spreading to recurved, 5–10 mm long; stamens shorter than perianth segments, filaments kinked, 2–3 mm long, filament swellings (strumae) 1.5–2.5 mm long, yellow, anthers dark brown or black, 2.5–4 mm long. Flowers spring to early summer. It has delicate small blue flowers in spring which turn into decorative blue berries in summer. Evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial. Berry ovoid to obovoid, 5–8 mm long, shining purple; seeds flattened-ellipsoid, c. 4 mm long, black, smooth and shining. Little Rev™ Dianella is a very hardy plant with beautiful blue-grey foliage and great architectural form. Find Dianella revoluta in Victorian Biodiversity Atlas. Prodr. Recent rains have caused disease in most Dianella revoluta types, but Revelation® Dianella has performed best in these conditions as it handles periodic wet feet much better. In spring and late summer appear the pale violet flowers on slender stems above the foliage that are followed by small green berries. Hardy to 25 F. Blue Violet flowers in the spring and summer. revoluta complex in Victoria, but even its distinction from typical D. revoluta (type from Port Jackson, N.S.W.) Leaves mostly erect, closely sheathing at base, 15–65 cm long, 4–10 mm wide, margins recurved (drying to revolute), smooth, abaxial midrib smooth, blade pale to dark green, not glaucous, more or less concolorous. aff. Dianella revoluta flax-lily ‘Kentlyn’ A hardy and useful strappy leaved clumping perennial with bright green foliage. Sometimes, colorful dark blue berries grow to 1/2 in. var. revoluta. Grows well in a container. CVU, DunT, EGL, EGU, GipP, Glep, Gold, GGr, HNF, HSF, LoM, MonT, MuM, NIS, OtP, RobP, SnM, VAlp, VRiv, VVP, WaP, Wim. divaricata (R.Br.) White sand, lateritic or granitic loam, sandy clay.