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Dianella admixta

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Kingdom  Plantae
Clade  Monocots
Family  Asphodelaceae
Rank  Species
Clade  Angiosperms
Order  Asparagales
Subfamily  Hemerocallidoideae
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Similar  Gonocarpus tetragynus, Lomandra filiformis, Coronidium scorpioides, Rytidosperma pallidum, Poa sieberiana

Dianella admixta, also known as the Black-anther or Spreading Flax-lily, is a species of Dianella native to South-eastern Australia. It was once considered to be a subspecies of Dianella revoluta.

D. admixta grows to a height of about 0.8m and has small blue flowers that bloom from August to May. Its berries and seeds are considered edible.

References

Dianella admixta Wikipedia


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