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A species of wooded settings, introduced from Europe. Collected in 1921 at Bay View by R. Ford (BLH, ALBC).
The inflorescence is more diffuse than in G. album; the leaves a little longer, distinctly thinner and pale beneath; and the corolla lobes are merely acute rather than apiculate.
From the more commonly escaped woodland species, Galium odoratum, this differs vegetatively in being a clumping species, with taller, spreading, round stems (ridged above). Galium odoratum forms extensive colonies from creeping rizomes and has sharply four-angled stems.