January, July, August, September, October, November, December
summer, winter, spring
Spinifex longifolius is a rhizomatous tussock forming perennial grass, growing to 0.3–1m tall by 2m wide. It occurs on primary dunes along the coast, with separate male and female plants. Flowers are green or brown, occurring from winter to summer.
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