Xanthorrhoea fulva facts for kids
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Xanthorrhoea fulva is a species of grasstree of the genus Xanthorrhoea native to New South Wales and Queensland. It was previously regarded as a subspecies of Xanthorrhoea resinosa, but reclassified as a species in its own right in 1986.
Unlike some other grasstrees, it lacks a trunk, and instead grows from one or more underground stems. The leaves are blue-green or blue-grey and depressed in cross section. It flowers from August to October.
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