Fringed Lily (Thysanotus tuberosus)
A favourite of mine, this minute flower is widely distributed, yet as Warren and Gloria Sheather say in their superb site, A View from Yallaroo, " The plants are invisible . . . until they flower. " Even then, they are invisible to those who travel faster than a walk. The flowers are so tiny, they'd be useless as a corsage – and anyway, they die as soon as they're picked, so in season, they can always be found in their most beautiful settings.