• Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella' in 1-gallon varies grower planter
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Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella'

Dianella tasmanica "Baby Bliss"

Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter

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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Care Level:I'm Easy


The Baby Bliss is such a sweet flax lily.  The flowers are incredibly precious and their changes throughout the year are so fun to watch. They are a compact, extremely versatile and easy-care flax lily variety with blue-green foliage and pale violet flowers followed by attractive, purple, ornamental berries.

Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica) displays long, narrow leaf strips extending from clumps growing 18 to 24 inches tall. The small mid-spring flowers are violet with white striped green petals followed up by dark blueberries as another seasonal interest. Well-draining soil and partial sun make this one a contingency in warm tropical gardens.

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Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella'
Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella'
About Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella'

The beauty of this flower can be observed up close by using them as an edging plant alongside a pathway in the garden or leading up to the front porch. Star-shaped flowers in the spring followed by metallic blue berries in the summer give these three seasons of interest.

The Flax lily prefers light shade to show off their lovely floral display but will tolerate full sun in coastal, windy exposures with well-draining soil. Water regularly to get the most floral production and attractive foliage.

Care Level: I'm Easy

Very easy to grow and care for.

Pet Friendly: Warning

The berries on this plant can cause digestive stress for your pets if ingested.

Origins: Tasmania, Australia, Victoria and the east coast of new South Wales

Tasmania, Australia, Victoria and the east coast of new South Wales

Fun Facts: Flax lily was a m...

Flax lily was a medicinal ingredient in Aboriginal teas using the root and leaf to treat colds and headaches. A word of caution: not every Dianella species bears berries that are edible. Their botanical name is a derivative from the island of Tasmania, where they were found in southeastern Australia.

Dianella tasmanica "Baby Bliss" Care Guide

Baby Bliss Flax Lily 'Dianella'

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