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Flax lily

Dianella caerulea

Flax lily is a striking plant with long, grasslike foliage that is often variegated in green and creamy white. In early summer, it sends up airy panicles of white, light blue, or violet star-shaped flowers followed by shiny dark blue berries.

It can be grown indoors in areas where it's not hardy.

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Part Sun, Sun

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Height:

1 to 3 feet

Width:

1-2 feet wide

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Zones:

9-10


how to grow Flax lily


plant Flax lily with
Begonia

Talk about foolproof: Annual begonia is about as easy as it gets. It does well in a variety of conditions, but to keep it its most luxuriant best, give it light shade; rich, well-drained soil; and ample water. It also loves plenty of fertilizer, so be generous.Plant annual begonias in spring after all danger of frost has passed. No need to deadhead this flower unless you want to, it's "self-cleaning!"

Bear's breeches

A majestic plant, bear's breeches is like a living sculpture in the garden. It offers sturdy spires of white or pink blooms with papery purple bracts that make a dramatic statement, as does the rich-green, spiny-looking foliage.The plants tolerate poor, dry soil once established but need regular moisture to get started. In well-drained soil bear's breeches can spread to become a large colony, but it is not invasive.

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