Libertia grandiflora

Scientific name: Libertia grandiflora

Synonym: Libertia chilensis


Common names: “New Zealand satin flower”

Plant Type: Evergreen perennial


Zone: 8

Light: Full sun – light shade

Exposure: Sheltered

Soil: Fertile, with less clay

Moisture: Evenly moist well drained, drought tolerant


Plant Size: H 30″leaves 36″ flowers W 24-30″ , clump forming

Leaf and Stem shape: Large clump of erect, linear leaves

Flower: Clusters of white flowers borne on stiff stems in late spring and early summer, followed by conspicuous seed capsules

Maintenance: Low – Zero, benefits from a dry winter mulch, never cut it down! can cut out seed heads but they’re nice, can pull out older faded leaves

Landscape use: Good for front gardens, containers, focal point, gravel garden, prairie planting

Propagate: By seed and division, doesn’t go to seed in Victoria

Pests & Disease: None

*Deer resistant

Comments: ~AGM winner, needs the warm sun


One thought on “Libertia grandiflora

  1. Looking to buy some Libertia Grandiflora for my garden but haven’t had any luck. Does anyone know where I might find it?


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