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Lomandra 'Lime Tuff'

Lomandra longifolia, Green Lomandra

Lomandra longifolia ‘Lime Tuff’ is a tough and reliable ornamental grass that has lush, lime-green foliage. It grows to 50 cm tall and 60 cm wide in full sun or partial shade. Lomandra ‘Lime Tuff’ is commonly mass planted, included in borders, or planted around outdoor living areas.

Lomandra Lime Tuff in a garden showing elegant foliage.
Lomandra Lime Tuff in a garden showing beautiful green foliage.
Lush, green foliage on Lomandra Lime Tuff in a garden.
Lime Tuff with lush, green foliage.
The average plant height is 20 cm
The average plant height is 20 cm

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Suited to regions:All regions
Plant type:Ornamental Grasses
Height:50 cm
Spread:60 cm
Flowering time:Spring
Tolerances:Coastal, Extended dry periods, Hardy, Wind
Garden uses:Banks, Borders, Containers, Living areas, Parks, Paths & Steps, Patios, Pool areas, Specimen
Garden styles:Alpine, Architectural, Backyard, City & Courtyard, Coastal, Frontyard, Japanese, Modern
Easy to grow?Yes
Maintenance requirementsLow
Growth rateMedium

Lomandra 'Lime Tuff' Details

Lomandra longifolia ‘Lime Tuff’ is a tough and reliable ornamental grass with outstanding aesthetics. It features lush, lime green foliage that is held upright with a slight, gentle arch. Small, yellow flowers in spring are borne amidst the foliage and combine nicely with the foliage. It grows as a clump to about 50 cm tall and 60 cm wide, performing best when planted in full sun or partial shade on a well-drained site. This is a hardy plant that will tolerate drought, frost, cold climates, wind, coastal climates, and most soil types, except extreme wet. Lomandra ‘Lime Tuff’ is commonly mass planted either as a ground cover or on a bank, included in borders or mixed plantings, planted around outdoor living areas, or used anywhere a hardy and attractive grass is required. This green Lomandra is favoured by landscape designers across NZ.

Distance Between Plants For Lomandra Lime Tuff

If you want your Lomandra ‘Lime Tuff’ plants to merge as an effective ground cover, space them 50 cm apart. However, if you want them to grow as unique balls, they will need to be spaced at least 75 cm apart. The best spacing to having them merging to a limited degree is 65 cm apart.

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