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1. A most singular plant growing among the rocks and dry shingle slopes on the mountain in the form of a rosette of dark olive leaves, in the centre of which is a circle of pure white sweet-scented flowers.
Middle Island, Alt. 3000 to 6500 ft.
Wairau Valley, Mount Torlesse and others.

Notothlaspi Australe.

2. Differing from Rosulatum, having numerous clusters of flowers. Abundant on Nelson mountain ranges from 2500 to 5000 ft.

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