Also known as Dwarf Mountain Flax. Very popular with landscapes and gardeners alike is this dwarf green form. Its compact size make it more suitable for home gardeners, may be grown in containers and is suitable for growing in coastal locations. Plant in full sun or partial shade and will quite happily in damp to dry soils. Produces plenty of flowers that attract nectar-feeding birds. Hardy, evergreen native.
Grows to between 70cm and 80cm both in height and width.