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Libertia Grandiflora For Sale

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We have the largest variety of NZ Iris Plants, including Libertia peregrinans, Libertia ixioides, Libertia grandiflora, and Libertia Formosa. More importantly, we have the right one for your project. Many of these amazing Libertia have been grown from eco-sourced seed and then multiplied in our nursery. They are thriving and ready for their new home. We stock only the highest quality plants, with each plant packed and transported with extreme care to ensure it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Libertia, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Libertia Questions

1. Does Libertia like sun or shade?

Libertia likes both sun and shade, but it prefers full sun. In full sun, Libertia will grow taller and produce more flowers. In shade, Libertia will become more leggy and produce fewer flowers. However, they can still be grown in shade as long as it receives at least 4 hours of sunlight per day.

2. Does Libertia spread?

Libertia spreads by rhizomes, which are underground stems that send up new shoots. Libertia can also spread by self-seeding. The rate at which the plants spread will vary depending on the species or cultivar, the soil type, and the growing conditions. In general, Libertia spreads more slowly in clay or compacted soils than in sandy or well-drained soils.

3. Is Libertia a perennial?

Yes, Libertia is a perennial plant. It may die back to the ground in autumn and regrow from its roots in the spring. It is a relatively low-maintenance plant, and can tolerate a variety of climates and soil conditions, but must not be over-watered.

4. How big does Libertia grow?

The size of Libertia plants varies depending on the species or cultivar. Most Libertia species grow to be between 30 cm and 1 m tall. Most Libertia plants will grow wider than taller as they spread.

Here are some examples of Libertia species and their approximate sizes:

5. What goes well with Libertia?

Here are some plants that go well with Libertia:

When planting Libertia with other plants, be sure to consider the size of each plant and their growing requirements. You want to choose plants that will complement each other in terms of size, colour, and texture. You should also make sure that the plants have similar growing requirements, such as light and water needs.

6. How big do Libertia grandiflora get?

Libertia grandiflora, also known as tawapou, is a versatile and attractive evergreen perennial with grass-like foliage and striking white iris-like flowers. Its mature size can vary depending on several factors, but here's a general overview:

Average size:

7. What is the difference between Libertia ixioides and grandiflora?

Libertia ixioides and grandiflora, both commonly known as New Zealand iris, are beautiful evergreen perennials with similar appearances, but they do have some key differences:



Other differences:

8. Is Libertia grandiflora hardy?

The hardiness of Libertia grandiflora depends on several factors, but generally, it's considered reasonably hardy for most temperate climates. However, it's important to understand its limitations to ensure it thrives in your garden.

9. Where can I get good advice on Libertia care?

The Plant Company has produced a suite of short articles that cover everything you could want to know about Libertia care and more. They are well worth the read!

10. Where can I get good advice on growing Libertia?

The Plant Company has produced a suite of short articles that cover everything you could want to know about growing Libertia. How far apart to plant them, how to trim them, what fertiliser to use, the different varieties, and more. They are well worth the read!

Average Cold Tolerance:

Factors Influencing Hardiness:

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