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Plant Form: Tufted low-growing perennial herb.
Size: Up to 30 cm tall.
Stem: Flowering stems above rosette, narrow and occasionally reddish.
Leaves: Dark green glossy to silver/grey and hairy. Undersides distinctly white.
Flowers: Brightly coloured daisy like flowers in a variety of colours, mainly yellow or orange, with indented central ribs on petals which is occasionally differently coloured or patterned.
Fruit and Seeds: Sometimes 60 or more seeds per flower, wind dispersed.
Habitat: Coastal dunes, roadsides, agricultural areas.
Distinguishing Features: Whitish leaf undersides and flower petals with central indented ribs distinguish from other Daisies (Asteraceae).