Dianella caerulea var. cinerascens R.J.F.Hend. APNI*
Description: Leaf sheaths more than two-thirds occluded distally, ± biconvex in cross section in that region. Leaves strongly glaucous; true stems <10 cm long; inflorescence narrow-cylindrical in outline, interrupted. Plant tufted, solitary to gregarious, to 0.8 m high; stems short, touching or up to 30 cm apart.
Cymules contracted, few-flowered. Perianth creamy-green to pale blue.
Distribution and occurrence: North from Putty into the upper Hunter Valley, west to Wollar and north to near Werris Creek.
Grows in sclerophyll forest, on shallow sandy loams.
NSW subdivisions: NC, CC, CT, NWS, CWS
Text by K. L. Wilson (1993); edited KL Wilson (March 2015)
Taxon concept: Flora of NSW 4 (1993); based on R. Henderson (1987) Flora of Australia vol. 45
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