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— Dianella caerulea ‘DCNCO’ Becca™ PP18,505

One of the earliest improved selections of Dianella caerulea, Becca was selected because it was absent of the tall canes normally found with Dianella caerulea.  So, this plant is just as tough and drought tolerant as common D. caerulea but much tidier and more compact which makes it ideal for commercial and highway plantings.  Becca has weeping foliage with a clumping habit, slowly spreading by rhizomes, and can reach a height of 24 to 30 inches.  This variety seems to do well with or without irrigation and will remain evergreen to temps down to the mid to low twenties (depending on the duration of the cold, frost, etc). Best when planted in full sun with little to moderate irrigation.  Perennial USDA Zone 8-11(evergreen 9a and warmer in normal winters).

  • The Original “No-Cane” Form of Dianella
  • Drought and Salt Tolerant
  • Weeping Habit With Bright Green Foliage
Life Cycle: Perennial
Hardiness Zones: 8 to 11(evergreen in normal Zone 9 winters)
H x W (approx): approximately 2.5ft tall by 2ft wide
Spacing: 2 to 2.5 ft for best LONG TERM results
Bloom Time: spring
Flower: branched inflorescence with masses of small dark violet flowers
Foliage Color: bright green
Habit: Clumping; slowly spreading by rhizomes.  Has arched foliage
Containers?: No
Light Requirement: Full to filtered Sun
Water Requirement: Low to Moderate Water Needs
Maintenance Category: Low Maintenance
Uses: Specimen Planting, Group & Mass Planting, Home Gardens
Maintenance Notes:


Extremely drought tolerant
Frost Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Deer Resistant