Prasophyllum beatrix D.L.Jones & D.T.Rouse 2006

Inflorescence Photo by Colin and Misha Rowan and their The Retired Aussies Website

Fragrant Part Shade Cold LATE Winter MID Spring

Common Name Beatrix Prasophyllum

Flower Size

Found in New South Wales in grassy woodlands as a medium sized, cold growing terrestrial with a single, dark green, free part 10" [25 cm] long leaf that blooms in the late winter and spring on an erect, to 24" [60 cm] long overall, rachis 2 to 4.8" [5 to 12 cm] long, 8 to 35 flowered inflorescence carrying lemon scented flowers.

"This relatively recently described species is a member of the Prasophyllum odoratum group and distinguished from P. odoratum by its more robust habit and generally larger and more crowded flowers. The P. odoratum complex however remains a difficult group and the boundaries between several informal taxa within the group are unclear." The VicFlora Website


References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ;