The Lomandra integra belongs to the family Xanthorrhoeaceae. It is an evergreen herb that is native to South-West Province in Australia. This grass grows on sand, gravel, loam, lateritic soils, and it can reach about 50 cm in height. It is dioecious. It spreads by rhizomes and it is cespitose. The leaves are linear, erect and somewhat glossy. The spikes are borne at upper part of flowering stalks and bloom small white flowers from August to November. The fruits are globose and ripen orange-yellow.