Lomandra has become a very popular landscape plant due to it’s grass-like appearance and low maintenance requirements. While they do not require annual pruning like grasses, they do benefit from a hard pruning after a number of years in the ground. In Part 1, Jeff and Alexa demonstrate how to prune a Lomandra that has started to look a bit rough from a ~4 year old landscape. However, this hard prune isn’t always needed so check out Part 2 as well to see how you can give them a light “haircut”. You can clean up dry ends and they still look great! This works since the blades are already squared off at the tips.
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