Photos are of plants from my own garden
This ornamental grass is native to Japan and is the most popular garden border plant in Australia.
Also popular short term, in fish tanks.
After 5 to 6 weeks in the aquarium it then can be planted in the garden.
This is a photo of one I gave my daughter for her fish tank.
Its not actually a grass but a lily and does well in full shade, full sun and likes to be fertilised occasionally.
Does not require trimming, only occasional thinning.
This magic garden border has a lush green colour , perfect for defining any garden border.
is a pot full of Mondo similar in size to one in my ponds in next 2 photos.
There are 5 plants in a pot---plants will be sent without pot
Mondo grass is versatile for creating a formal look especially as a border plant as the weeping leaves creates a softness.
It spreads slowly in a clumping style and can also be used as a lawn in areas where there's no traffic or in Japanese gardens.
Whilst it can last for years undisturbed, well established clumps can be divided enabling you to plant out more areas in the garden.
MY MONDO STORY
I have used Mondo to resolve 2 problems in my garden.
1. We sometimes have a lot of water run across our drive from our dam when we get heavy downpours.
If I didn't plant Mondo and Elephants ear in this area I wouldn't have any soil left on the side you can see in picture.
I started with about 60 to 100 plantlets.
One of the hardiest problem solvers you will ever own, if that's what your after.
2.I have many Royal palms with ugly exposed roots so to pretty them up,
I planted about 50 Mondo around this one to obtain a quick coverage and in no time at all it looks like that did the trick.
Mondo grass grow about 15-20 cms tall in sun or part shade.
They are great for between pavers , around pots or along garden edges.
Plant about 10 - 15 cms apart.
Thank you for looking ....Louise
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