Dockrillia teretifolia is native to Queensland and New South Wales growing from sea level to 2500 feet. It prefers 45F to 90F with 1800 to 3000 foot candles of light. Its licorice fragrant flowers are up to 4 inches with as many as 25 to an inflorescence. The foliage is long and cylindrical like a rat tail. It wants to dry out between waterings with a slight winter rest. It does better with neglect than pampering. These are bare root flowering divisions.