|Mountain Flax Lily Dianella tasmanica, Namadgi NP above Canberra.|
Above can be seen the big strappy leaves and tall flower stem.
Below is a close-up of the lovely yellow-stamened blue flowers.
|The paler-flowered Dianella caerulea is found in near coastal and lower hinterland habitats,|
often sandy, in much of eastern Australia.
|Blue Grass Lily, Kama NR, Canberra.|
|Blue Tufted Lily Thelionema caespitosum, Tallong, New South Wales.|
Yes, I know, an unfortunate name! White flowers get commoner at higher altitudes.
|Nodding Blue Lily, above and below.|
The plant can grow to a metre and a half high.
|Pipe Lily Johnsonia pubescens, Yandin Lookout, north of Perth|
|Hooded Lily Johnsonia teretifolia, Shannon NP, south west Western Australia.|
|Yellow Rush Lily, above and below, Tidbinbilla NR, Australian Capital Territory.|
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