|Grass tree forest – Barrington Tops National Park, Australia|
Xanthorrhoea glauca, known as the grass tree, is a large plant in the genus Xanthorrhoea, widespread in eastern Australia. The trunk can grow in excess of 5 metres tall, and may be many branched. It is occasionally seen in large communities in nutrient rich soils. The leaves are a grey or bluish glaucous green.
Two sub-species are recognised; subspecies angustifolia and glauca.
- "Xanthorrhoea glauca". PlantNET - NSW Flora Online, retrieved Feb 8th, 2011.
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