Libertia caerulescens

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Libertia caerulescens – Native of Chilli, this attractive member of the iris family is perfect in the modern landscape. A lovely structural compact plant ideal for the front of the border.  Long, narrow iris like leaves form an evergreen clump. From this clump arise  many intriguing late spring early summer flower spikes of the  rarest shade of palest china blue with bright orange anthers. Lovely for planting in mixed border or gravel gardens. Also known as L. sessiliflora. Enjoys a moist, but well drained soil in full sun. 45cm x 45cm.

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Description

Common Name: Dwarf Chilean Iris

Seed Count: 50
Family:  Hardy Perennial

Libertia caerulescens – Native of Chilli, this attractive member of the iris family is perfect in the modern landscape. A lovely structural compact plant ideal for the front of the border.  Long, narrow iris like leaves form an evergreen clump. From this clump arise  many intriguing late spring early summer flower spikes of the  rarest shade of palest china blue with bright orange anthers. Lovely for planting in mixed border or gravel gardens. Also known as L. sessiliflora. Enjoys a moist, but well drained soil in full sun. 45cm x 45cm.

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Sowing Advise

Libertia caerulescens seed can be sown at any time into a good quality compost or seed raising mix. Cover the seed with quality compost or fine river sand to approximately their own depth. Natural germination will occur if kept in an unheated poly house or covered seed raising tray.  Many seeds wait for Spring before emerging regardless of when they are sown so please give them a full season of growth before discarding. Germination can be quicker if kept at 15-20 Degrees C. Keep moist, but not saturated at all times.

 

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