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Strappy Leaf Plant Varieties

The United Kingdom has become a warmer and drier region with hotter summers, yet this is coupled with wet, cold winters. These strappy leaf plants are now the choice plant for these conditions.

Tasred - Dianella Tasmanica 'TR20' CPVR

Excellent for Cold, Heat, Sun, & Shade

Beautiful Foliage
This drought and frost tolerant plant finally gives designers a flax lily that changes colour thoughout the seasons.

Dianella Tasmanica is a hardy and versatile plant suited to a wide range of conditions.

Tasred will make a great alternative to Phorium and grows to a height of 40cm with a width of 40cm.

Purple Berries
With its deep red flower stems, and its stunning blue and yellow flowers, Tasred puts on an impressive display in Spring.

In Summer its flowers make way for large, bold, eye catching purple berries.

Spectacular Foliage Constantly Changing

Foliage Colours
The foliage colour can be influenced by fertiliser, soil type, and temperatue variation.

The changes listed below are a general guide only:

Green with yellow tones, red margins and a red base. Often whole leaves will have red tones. Tasred will have extra red tones in the cooler areas of the UK particularly in areas with heavy frost.

Usually yellow tones, with some green and a red base.

Generally has green foliage.

Usually green, with some yellow tones, and a red base.

In colder regions like Scotland, it is recommended to plant Tasred in Sheltered positions.

High performance - from Scotland to Cornwall