Stypandra glauca

Stypandra glauca, S. grandiflora, S. imbricata

Australian member of the plant family Liliaceae; contains stypandrol which causes retinal degeneration, degeneration of optic nerves followed by blindness, incoordination, posterior paresis. Called also blind grass or candyup poison.
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The collection from the Botanic Gardens comprised blooms of fifty species of Victorian plants, among which may be mentioned :--Leptospermum myrsinoides, Pink Tea-tree; Livistona australis, Australian Cabbage-Palm; Kunzea cordifolia, White Kunzea; Cassia australis, Southern Cassia; Callistemon salignus, Willow Bottle-brush; Stypandra glauca, Blue Spray; Calythrix Sullivani, Grampian Fringe-Myrtle; Bauera rubioides, Wiry Bauera; Prostanthera melissifolia, Balm Mint-bush; P nivea, Snowy Mint-bush; Phebalium Billardieri, Satin-wood Phebalium; Swainsona Greyana, Pink Swainsona; Clematis aristata, var.