Lomandra, commonly known as mat rushes, is a genus of perennial, herbaceous monocots in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Lomandroideae. There are 51 species, all of which are native to Australia; two of them also extend into New Guinea and New Caledonia.
Lomandra obliqua. known as fish bones and twisted mat-rush. is a small wiry ground covering plant found in eastern Australia. A widespread plant seen on the coast and tablelands. The foliage superficially resembles a fern.
Lomandra longifolia. commonly known as spiny-head mat-rush. spiky-headed mat-rush or basket grass.
Lomandra laxa is a perennial. rhizomatous herb found in the Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland..
Lomandra hystrix. commonly known as green mat-rush. or creek mat-rush. is a perennial.
Lomandra gracilis is a perennial. rhizomatous herb found in New South Wales and Queensland in eastern Australia..
Lomandra fluviatilis is a perennial. rhizomatous herb found in the Australian state of New South Wales..
Lomandra filiformis. commonly known as wattle mat-rush. is a tussock forming perennial herb that is native to Australia. It is sparsely tufted.
Keep them out of harsh direct sunlight, as too much of it can scorch their leaves!
After planting, water in well and allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings.
Your plant will do well in average household humidity