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Dracophyllum secundum is a straggling plant which usually grows out of crevices in wet rocky ledges.
The stems are up to 50 cm long, with stiff leaves, 5-10 cm long, clasping the stem. They leave scars on the stem after being shed.
The pinkish-white floral tubes are 8-10mm long, arranged on the lower side only of the ends of the stems.
Dracophyllum secundum flowers mainly from August - October.