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Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. monilifera
Plant Form: Shrub.
Size: Up to 3 m tall.
Stem: Woody, branched, finely hairy when young.
Leaves: Oval shaped, alternate, undivided, narrowing towards base, leathery, and with irregular toothed edges.
Flowers: Yellow daisy-like flowerheads 1-3 cm across with 4-8 petals in clusters at the end of branches.
Fruit and Seeds: Fleshy, blackish when ripe, round, 6-8 mm in diameter. Containing a single whitishs smooth seed.
Habitat: Coastal scrublands, old gardens, dunes, woodland, rainforest.
Distinguishing Features: Round fruit and toothed leaf margins toothed compared to Bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. rotundata).