Plants of Tasmania Nursery

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Plant list - Lilies, Irises and relatives

The family Liliaceae used to be a grab-bag of many different plants with 6-petalled flowers. These have now been split into many different families reflecting the wide variety of plants in the group, but we still think oif thesm as lilies. Amongst this group are some of our most reliable landscaping plants (Sagg, White-flag Iris, Flax Lilies), but also some small, delicate and beautiful gems. Many of the smaller species die back over summer and reshoot in winter/spring to give us a surprise as they burst into flower.

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Click on the species name to go to the listing for the plant in the main alphabetical catalogue.

The main alphabetical catalogue has cultivation details, prices, and a link to photos of each species.

Arthropodium milleflorum     Pale Vanilla-Lily
Arthropodium minus     Small Vanilla-Lily
Arthropodium strictum     Chocolate Lily
Astelia alpina     Pineapple Grass
Blandfordia punicea     Christmas Bells
Bulbine bulbosa     Golden Lily
Bulbine glauca     Rock Lily
Bulbine semibarbata     Leek Lily
Caesia parviflora     Pale Grass Lily
Dianella amoena     Pale Flax Lily
Dianella brevicaulis     Arching Flax Lily
Dianella revoluta     Narrow-leaved Flax Lily
Dianella tasmanica     Tasman Flax Lily
Diplarenna latifolia     Western Flag Iris
Diplarenna moraea     White Flag Iris
Herpolirion nova-zealandiae     Sky Lily
Isophysis tasmanica     Tasmanian Purple-star
Libertia pulchella     Pretty Grass-Flag
Lomandra longifolia     Sagg
Lomandra nana     Dwarf Mat-rush
Milligania densiflora     Silky Milligania
Patersonia fragilis      Short Purple Flag
Patersonia occidentalis      Long Purple Flag
Thelionema caespitosa     Tufted Lily
Thysanotus pattersonii     Twining Fringelily
Xanthorrhoea australis     Grass Tree

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