A rare and unusual native, Lomandra Little Con grows into a small rounded ball shaped plant with a height and width of approximately 30cm. Fantastic edge or border plant.
Little Con is hardy and tolerates most soil types and growing in full sun or part shade. Small spikes of cream flowers are produced in spring.
Little Con responds well to pruning if rejuvenation is required. Generally cut down to 10cm in size in early spring or autumn.
Full sun to part shade. Tolerant to most soil types.
Can be rejuvenated with a general trim. Cut down approximately 10cm from the base in early Spring or Autumn followed by a small application of a well balanced native fertiliser. Avoid cutting in mid-summer when heat stress may occur and losses suffered.
Ideal as a formal border in the garden, for mass plantings or rockeries and is also a proven performer in roundabouts and median strips.