Gard. Dict. no, edn 8, 9 (1768) APNI
Establishment means:Sparingly established
Leaves 30–80 cm long, 2–3 cm wide. Inflorescences up to 125 cm tall, 1- or 2-branched, with 1–2 condensed 2–3-flowered clusters. Primary bracts 2.5–7.5 cm long. Flowers white with yellow blotch in basal half of sepals. Perianth tube c. 3 cm long; sepals broadly obovate, 3.8–5.0 cm long, recurved, glabrous; petals 4.5–6.0 cm long, distinctly narrower than sepals, erect, glabrous. Seeds dull brown.
*Gold. Also naturalised SA. Native to Europe, where it is often found in saline conditions. Sparingly established at Campbells Creek Cemetery (near Castlemaine).
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