Bulbine glauca Perennial Rock Lily
0.5m x 0.5m with taller flowering stems up to 1m.
Fl. Spring - Autumn
Occurs naturally in elevated areas, cliffs, crevices and summits, and along the Great Diving Range in Victoria and New South Wales. It also occurs in Tasmania and possibly Queensland.
Onion like herb with fleshy tubular leaves and clusters of bright yellow flowers which open up along the stem. Full sun to semi-shade, well-drained soil. Frost/ drought hardy. Dies back in winter then re-sprouts in spring. Rockeries, tubs, attracts butterflies. Self sows in the garden. Roots are edible.