Lomandra longifolia

Lomandra longifolia

Australian plant in the family Xanthorrhaceae; unidentified toxin causes myelomalacia and associated clinical signs of incoordination and paralysis. Called also iron grass, mat rush.
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filiformis Wattle Mat-lily Lomandra longifolia subsp.
Pinkish purple rosettes of Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg' accent a bed of blue fescue (Fesfucaglauca 'Elijah Blue'), bright green Lomandra longifolia 'Breeze', and fuzzy lamb's ears.
Approximately 90% of the ground cover was dry leaf litter with scattered Lomandra Lomandra longifolia, dry grasses, a small amount of coarse woody debris and outcropping rock.
Line it with medium-size pebbles or plants that can handle both flooding and drought, such as Chondropetalum lectorum and Lomandra longifolia.