Dianella tasmanica



Dianella tasmanica, common name Tasman Flax-lily or Tasmanian Flax-lily is a herbaceous strappy perennial herb found in southeastern Australia including Tasmania. It has leaves to 80 cm, and a flower stem to 1.5 m. Blue flowers in spring and summer are followed by violet berries. Unlike other Dianella species, its fruit is toxic.
In  Mossvale Park there are many specimens growing on the north / north-east side of Mossvale Park Road.

Significance to the Ganai community.

This Dianella reportedly had edible roots. The leaves were used for basket making.

196.00 Location C8/C9 Latitude; -38.402138000000  Longitude; 146.054898000000

SKU: 196 TAG: Significance to the Ganai community

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