- High-Contrast White and Green Variegated Leaves
- Easy to Grow
A true landscaping workhorse, the Variegated Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica ‘Variegata’) does it all! Its variegated color is pristine. Its texture is lively. It’s easy to grow and it produces petite but charming blooms just before fall.
If you’re looking for a plant to add personality to your container arrangement, the Variegated Flax Lily will happily do so. If you’re looking for a phenomenal border, the Variegated Flax Lily will do that too. Need an accent plant that stands out but doesn’t grow out of control, this if your plant! At the expense of sounding too much like a late-night infomercial, we also want to mention that this evergreen perennial will keep your yard green all year long!
How does the Variegated Flax Lily manage to provide so much interest? Its long, narrow leaves feature the high-contrast combination of creamy white and green stripes that run the length of each leaf.
With small blue blooms with bright yellow stamen, the Variegated Flax Lily isn’t afraid to win your heart over with just a sprinkle of additional charm. While these flowers are anything but showy, they are lovely. They are sure to make you smile when you spot them.
Do you know who else loves this exotic-looking and alluring little flowers? Pollinators.
This hardy plant is beloved by landscape artists for its ability to thrive without much maintenance. Once established it rarely requires watering, apart from long stints without rainfall. It does well in low moisture environments that drain well.
This burst of sunshine loves to be drenched in light. It will also grow in partial shade, though, making it a great choice for borders that transition from full sun to spotted shade.
You can’t go wrong with Variegated Flax Lily. This perennial really does it all. And while it thrives in hot climates, it will often get knocked back by frost without dying. When planting throughout your yard, this low-maintenance plant greats cohesion and consistency.
Ready for your next gardening go-to? The Variegated Flax Lily will quickly become your first choice for your border, accent, or mass planting.