Early Nancy

Wurmbea dioica


Early Nancy has small white flowers with six petals. Each petal has a pinky/purple arc on it which, when combined makes a complete circle.

One of its common names is ‘Bulls eye’.

It is easy to find and well spread throughout Victoria including Baw Baw Shire but with increasing urbanization its grassland habitat is under threat.

Look for it in early Spring in bushland areas in Southeast Australia. One of its other common names is the ‘Harbinger of Spring’.