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  • Billy Can 'Lime Jet'

    Billy Can® grasses are made for Aussie backyards and look great in both contemporary and eclectic garden layouts.

    Use them for garden border plantings, or as a filler in-between shrubs.

    Lime colour for dark locations

    Lime Jet™ (Lomandra longifolia) provides an exceptional lime contrast when planted in front of dark green backgrounds. It is especially useful to brighten dark or shaded vistas. Lime Jet is a lime green variegated selection of Lomandra longifolia.

    Best growing conditions

    Lime Jet™ will perform superbly in Zones 1 and 3 which experience dry summers. In Zones 2 and 4 which experience wet summers ensure that it is planted in free draining soils. Lime Jet prefers a sunny to partly shaded positions. Very good in dry conditions and tolerates – 5 ˚C. Climate Zones: 1 to 3.

    How to plant

    A mature size of 1 x 1 m can be achieved in 3 years. Therefore plant at 70 spacings to achieve rapid, en-masse ground coverage, or at 100 cm to create large individual tufts.

    Co-plant with other Billy Can® varieties

    Create a fabulous foliage display by combining the bright lime green of Lime Jet with the mid-green plumes of Dianella Streetscape and the gold and green striped cascading foliage of the low growing Carex Everoro.

    Lime Jet is a trade name of protected variety 'JB2 Lime'
    Billy Can® and Lime Jet™ are Trade Marks of Sprint Horticulture Pty Ltd 
    Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import, or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infringement under the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994.
     


    Billy Can 'Lime Jet'
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    Billy Can 'Lime Jet'
    Foliage Colour
    Lime Green Lime Green
    Flower Colour
    Cream Cream
    Habit
    Upright arching clump Upright arching clump
    Height
    0.70-1 m 0.70-1 m
    Width
    1 m 1 m
    Spacing
    0.70-1 m 0.70-1 m

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    CLIMATE ZONE

    Climate Zone

    • Zone 1

      Mid to warm summers, cool wet winters

    • Zone 2

      Warm wet summers

    • Zone 3

      Hot dry summers, cold to mild winters

    • Zone 4

      Hot wet summers


    Billy Can 'Lime Jet'

    Billy Can 'Lime Jet'

    Billy Can® grasses are made for Aussie backyards and look great in both contemporary and eclectic garden layouts.

    Use them for garden border plantings, or as a filler in-between shrubs.

    Lime colour for dark locations

    Lime Jet™ (Lomandra longifolia) provides an exceptional lime contrast when planted in front of dark green backgrounds. It is especially useful to brighten dark or shaded vistas. Lime Jet is a lime green variegated selection of Lomandra longifolia.

    Best growing conditions

    Lime Jet™ will perform superbly in Zones 1 and 3 which experience dry summers. In Zones 2 and 4 which experience wet summers ensure that it is planted in free draining soils. Lime Jet prefers a sunny to partly shaded positions. Very good in dry conditions and tolerates – 5 ˚C. Climate Zones: 1 to 3.

    How to plant

    A mature size of 1 x 1 m can be achieved in 3 years. Therefore plant at 70 spacings to achieve rapid, en-masse ground coverage, or at 100 cm to create large individual tufts.

    Co-plant with other Billy Can® varieties

    Create a fabulous foliage display by combining the bright lime green of Lime Jet with the mid-green plumes of Dianella Streetscape and the gold and green striped cascading foliage of the low growing Carex Everoro.

    Lime Jet is a trade name of protected variety 'JB2 Lime'
    Billy Can® and Lime Jet™ are Trade Marks of Sprint Horticulture Pty Ltd 
    Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import, or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infringement under the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994.
     
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