Semi-Herbaceous Planting Guide & Tips

Plant Seasonality

Semi-herbaceous plants are not traditionally used in Australian agriculture, however studies of the hairy canary clover (a semi-herbaceous species) suggest they may be suitable for environments with minimal rainfall. Semi-herbaceous plants like the Tricolour Canna, Tropicanna or Bulrush flourish in hot overhead sun, so if you’re looking for a plant that will thrive in the hot Australian sunshine, take a look at our collection of semi-herbaceous plants.

    Semi-Herbaceous

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    Herbertia spp.

    Herbertia

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    Sisyrinchium idahoense

    Idaho Blue Eyed Grass

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    Viola labradorica

    Labrador Violet

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    Typha domingensis

    Narrow Leaf Cumbungi

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    Leptosiphon nuttallii

    Nuttall's Linanthus

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    Geranium versicolor

    Pencilled Cranesbill

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    Crinum asiaticum

    Poison Lily

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    Senecio pulcher

    Ragwort

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    Tulbaghia alliacea

    Tulbaghia

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    Viola biflora

    Twin Flowered Violet