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Also known as Phormium, Flax has a hardy foliage which brings texture and color to the landscape year-round — especially welcome in otherwise barren fall and winter gardens. They are excellent as container plants that can be overwintered with protection - but in warm areas - they're spectacular planted directly in the ground. This dramatic plant with fanning evergreen leaves makes a good garden focal point.

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  1. Variegated Flax

    A commanding presence, Flax has sword-like leaves that droop slightly at the tips and shoot up from the base of the plant and some hybrids have shades of yellow, pink, red and bronze. Flower clusters may reach 12 feet tall in some selections with red or yellow tubular flowers. Flax will often flower in the garden in late spring or early summer, and are not only showy, but also attract nectar seeking birds. With their evergreen sword-like leaves, Flax can bring a touch of the exotic to gardens, in containers or even showcase it alongside pools and walkways.
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