Libertia grandiflora, is an evergreen perennial plant native to New Zealand. It belongs to the Iris family. This striking ornamental plant is appreciated for its distinctive foliage and attractive flowers.
The plant forms clumps of upright, sword-shaped leaves that are often arranged in a fan-like fashion. The leaves are typically green, sometimes tinged with bronze or orange, and they provide an architectural element to garden landscapes. In spring and early summer, Libertia grandiflora produces clusters of white, star-like flowers held on tall, wiry stems. The blooms are intricately detailed and add an elegant touch to the overall appearance of the plant.
Libertia grandiflora is well-suited for garden borders, rock gardens, or as a container plant. It thrives in well-drained soil and prefers full sun to partial shade.