TROPIC CASCADE™ - A mid-sized Lomandra with weeping foliage and masses of flowers


Tropic Cascade™ Lomandra has deep green weeping foliage and large fragrant yellow flowers that put on a real show in spring to early summer. The compact growth habit makes Tropic Cascade ideal for smaller gardens and it is suited to both wet and dry garden conditions in full sun to part shade.


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Tropic Cascade™ Lomandra hystrix ‘LHWP’

Tropic Cascade™ is a lower growing compact cultivar of the popular Slender Mat Rush or Lomandra hystrix. The weeping foliage is the key distinctive quality of this grass as it adds a softness to the garden. It has masses of yellow fragrant flowers in spring to early summer that are held high amongst the foliage and they make a great display when in full bloom. The flowers of Tropic Cascade are male which means that the flowers will be uniform and produce no seeds; (Lomandra are dioecious meaning that male and female flowers grow on different plants). Tropic Cascade is an ideal understory or foliage plant for tropical gardens and works well either planted on mass or randomly through the garden as individual specimen plants. As with the common Slender Mat Rush, Tropic Cascade can be planted in Rain Gardens to absorb nutrients.


Height & Width

Grows from 70 cm to 1 metre tall

Flowers and Fruit

Masses of fragrant flowers in spring to early summer

Aspect

Full sun to partial shade

Soil Type

Wide range of soils, it can even grow in periodically wet soils.

Maintenance

Trim back every 3 to 4 year to keep tidy if neded

Planting Rates

1 to 3 plants per m2

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