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— Dianella revoluta‘DR5000’ Little Rev™ PP20,794

This flax lily has an upright, architectural habit with blue-green foliage that reaches about 18 inches high in full sun and approximately 2 feet in partial shade.  Like Little Becca, this plant also has a spreading nature that lends itself to mass plantings.  However, with some maintenance, Little Rev can be pruned to create very nice specimen or group plantings.   Flowers sparsely in spring with clusters of small violet flowers borne on tall stems that reach upwards of 24 to 30 inches.  Best suited to Western gardens.  Perennial USDA Zone 8-11(evergreen 9a and warmer in normal winters).

  • Upright, Architectural Habit
  • Very Tough and Drought Tolerant
  • Great for Any Western Landscape!
Life Cycle: Perennial
Hardiness Zones: 8 to 11(evergreen in normal Zone 9 winters)
H x W (approx): approximately 1.5 to 2ft tall by 1.5 ft 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: Blue green
Habit: Clumping; slowly spreading by rhizomes.  Has arched to weeping foliage
Containers?: In some situations…
Light Requirement: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Water Requirement: Low to Moderate Water Needs
Maintenance Category: Low Maintenance
Uses: Specimen Planting, Group & Mass Planting, EROSION CONTROL, Home Gardens
Maintenance Notes:


Extremely drought tolerant
Great for foredune/coastal applications
Heat Tolerant
Deer Resistant