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Astelia nervosa. This vigorously clumping New Zealand species is valued for its pendent, frosted grey leaves which may be up to 6 ft (1.8 m) long. In summer, starry, light brown, fragrant flowers form in clusters on the ends of long, slender stems. These are followed by small green fruit, which turn orange-red when ripe. Spread can be to about to 1.5 m and height to 60 cm.
Grown for their foliage.
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