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Plant Form: Low growing perennial herb.
Size: Up to 35 cm tall.
Stem: Light green and slender, covered in many star-shaped hairs. Creeping or upright.
Leaves: Oval to kidney or fan-shaped 1-4 cm long, with large rounded teeth on edges. Densely covered in hairs giving greyish appearance. Alternate along stems.
Flowers: Cream to yellow 2-4 cm diameter with 5 petals, with notched, wavy, or rounded tips. In small clusters at end of branches or at leaf joins.
Fruit and Seeds: Cone or disc shaped 1-6 mm diameter, divided into segments, with 6-10 seeds per fruit.
Habitat: Pastures, channel banks.
Distinguishing Features: Differs from closely related Sida species in overall growth form and leaf shape.