Cordyline petiolaris—Broad-leaved Palm Lily—ASPARAGACEAE
Habitat—In Sub Tropical, Warm Temperate, Dry and Littoral Rainforest.
Distribution— North from the Kempsey district in New South Wales and into Queensland.
Description— Medium–sized to tall shrub to 5 m high.
Raintrees Diamond Beach and The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
Leaves.— Narrow–elliptic, base gradually tapered into a distinct petiole; blades 30 to 85 cm long, 4 to 15 cm wide with a few apical teeth, veins longitudinal; petiolar portion inrolled, 12 to 45 cm long, 0.3 to 0.6 cm wide.
Inflorescence.— Flowers white to pale lilac.
Fruit.— Globose, 0.7 to 1 cm diam., red, seeds shiny black.