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Attractive upright woody spikes about 140 cms tall with delicate white flowers. Flowers were four-petalled with three pointing down. There were about 30 flowers on the raceme with buds closer to the tip of the inflorescence. Leaves were lanceolate with serrated margins.
Seed pods were egg shaped.
Spotted on the side of the road in a nature reserve.
This plant is a native and is distributed through out Victoria.
There are two subspecies in Victoria.