Phormium Cookianum can be grown as an informal hedge or windbreak/shelter, and are especially good for ground cover or shelter in windy, coastal conditions. They are great as specimen plants, in containers and look equally as good incorporated into mixed plantings, whether that be with native or non-natives, shrubs or perennials. The nectar from the flowers provides a welcome feed for tui and bellbirds. Once established Phormium Cookianum is tolerant of a wide range of conditions including windy coastal sites, they will also tolerate both dry and wet but don’t do well in full shade so would prefer full sun. They are also frost hardy.
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