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Family: XANTHORRHOEACEAE 

 Xanthorrhoea arborea
 

Photo by J. Saines.

  
Author:  Robert Brown 1810
Family:  Xanthorrhoeaceae
Habitat:  Australia; New South Wales
Soil:  Sand or mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  17-20 centimetres
Height:  1,5-2,5 meters
Flower:  White
Reproduction:  Seeds
Pop names:  Black Boy, Broad Leafed Grass Tree
Synonyms:  -

Photo by J. Saines.

    This member of the Xanthorrhoeaceae family was described by Robert Brown in 1810. It is found in the open forrests of New South Wales in Australia, growing in sand or limestone. It can be found in protected areas, reciving some water and some rain. The stem can eventually grow to one or even two meters in hight and 17-20 centimetres in diameter. The plentyfull flowers are white.

Photo by J. Saines.