Small plant with strap type leaves growing in a crack in rocks. The flower has six petals and is approximately 30 > 40 mm across.
Widespread and common in a range of habitats throughout southem
Early Nancy announces that spring has arrived on the NSW southern tablelands. A perennial forb to 30cm tall. Leaves alternating up the stem, sometimes the lower two at the base of the plant,
Evocatively named Milkmaids form a lily-like plant with narrow, elongated leaves about 40 cm long. Flowers are held on a slender, 40 cm high stalk that has two leaf-like bracts along its length.
This lily is quite common and is native to W.A. A perennial herb and grows mainly in red loam and sandy clay. It grows in the Geraldton sand plains, extending to Coolgardie,