No Irrigation Plants – Takina, the great all rounder
Landscape architects and contractors needed a plant that was drought tolerant, evergreen in almost all situations (drought and frost) almost indestructible, would outcompete weeds, live and look naturally good with practically no care, and most importantly, not grow too tall.
They can also save time, money, water and even encourage the natural flora and fauna back into the neighbourhood.
Tanika has proven to be tough and reliable landscape plant over the last couple of years. It has filled an ongoing beed that previously went unfulfilled.
An improved dark green, compact, fine leaf form of Lomandra longifolia, Tanika has an attractive yellow flower head in early spring.
- Ideal for mass planting or specimen planting in garden beds and borders
- A great alternative for Liriope in Japanese foliage or other ornamental grasses