Australian Bluebell

Wahlenbergia stricta

Summary

It is considered the most commonly encountered of the Wahlenbergias, it is a perennial herb flowering mainly in spring or summer with pale blue bell-like flowers and the leaves are long and linear.


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Habitat

Various habitats and is a widespread species in well drained soils, tolerating limited dryness in damp to dryer forests

Distribution

It is found in all Australian states but not the Northern Territory

Size

Can grow to around 40cm high

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