Laxmannia gracilis Slender wire lily
An inconspicuous plant, up to 30cm tall, but usually much smaller. The leaves are linear and only up to 4cm long and are placed in groups along the stems at irregular intervals. The flowers are inconspicuous and very small, placed in dense heads, surrounded by bracts.
Habitat: sandy soils, in forest.
Flowering: Late spring
Distribution: Widespread from coast to mountains. Coastal zone and tablelands of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria
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