Tasmanian Flax-Lily

Dianella tasmanica Hook.f.

A strappy herbaceous plant with the purple-blue flowers that appeear in spring and summer are followed by small roughly oval or globular violet berries are known to be toxic and should not be consumed

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What habitats does Dianella tasmanica live in?

Grows singly or in clumps in shady spots in wet forests

What is the distribution of Dianella tasmanica?

South eastern Australia from Tasmania, Victoria and along the east coast of New South Wales

How big does Dianella tasmanica grow?

Can grow to around 2 metres high and wide

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