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The striking foliage of ‘Sundowner’ New Zealand Flax makes it an excellent focal point in garden beds or as a specimen plant. It is also well-suited for container planting allowing to create dramatic statement pieces on patios, balconies, and terraces. 
Plant ‘Sundowner’ New Zealand Flax in a sunny or partially shaded location. While it can tolerate some shade, full sun will enhance the leaf colour. In colder regions, consider providing winter protection by mulching around the base or moving container plants to a sheltered location.
Being evergreen, the plant offers year-round colour and structure, ensuring the garden remains vibrant even in the winter months 💚

🔍 Check out our Phormium Sundowner (New Zealand Flax) on www.gardenplantsonline.co.uk, product code: 3292
Phormium Sundowner (New Zealand Flax)
The striking foliage of ‘Sundowner’ New Zealand Flax makes it an excellent focal point in garden beds or as a specimen plant. It is also well-suited for container planting allowing to create dramatic statement pieces on patios, balconies, and terraces. Plant ‘Sundowner’ New Zealand Flax in a sunny or partially shaded location. While it can tolerate some shade, full sun will enhance the leaf colour. In colder regions, consider providing winter protection by mulching around the base or moving container plants to a sheltered location. Being evergreen, the plant offers year-round colour and structure, ensuring the garden remains vibrant even in the winter months 💚 🔍 Check out our Phormium Sundowner (New Zealand Flax) on www.gardenplantsonline.co.uk, product code: 3292
some very pretty looking plants in the desert
Giant Puya Raimondii (Queen of the Andes)
Mature plants can be really impressive. Have a look at this giant Puya Raimondii (Queen of the Andes) - the largest species of bromeliad reaching up to 15 m (50 ft) in height! What is more, the plant blooms only once a century. Photo: https://www.instagram.com/lostfoundartny
two large palm trees in a potted planter
Multi-trunk New Zealand Cabbage Trees (Cordyline Australis)
Have a look at these gorgeous multi-trunk New Zealand Cabbage trees (Cordyline Australis)! Will look amazing as a centerpiece or a part of an exotic garden bed 😍
two potted palm trees with ribbons tied to them on the ground in front of a brick building