Libertia pulchella facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLibertia pulchella
|Libertia pulchella, Mount Baw Baw, Victoria, Australia|
Libertia pulchella, the pretty grass-flag, is a plant in the iris family (Iridaceae). It is native to Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and Australia, where it occurs in New South Wales and Victoria and Tasmania. The flowering scape rises above the linear leaves producing 3 to 6 cream-coloured flowers.
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