Summary:A perennial shrub with blue green lobed leaves and yellow, daisy type flowers.
Leaves:Forms a rosette when young.
Stems:Flower stem unbranched, single or many from the base and smooth.
Flower head:Terminal and single.
Flowers:Yellow, daisy type.
Roots:Taproot with many laterals.
Key Characters:Yellow daisy type flowers.
Flowering times:Winter to spring mainly.
Seed Biology and Germination:Vegetative Propagules:
Distribution:TAS, VIC, WA.
Detrimental:Weed of lawns, grass lands.
Toxicity:Not recorded as toxic.
Management and Control:Thresholds:
Plants of similar appearance:Capeweed, Chamomiles and Groundsels have similar flowers.
References:Hussey, B.M.J., Keighery, G.J., Cousens, R.D., Dodd, J. and Lloyd, S.G. (1997). Western Weeds. A guide to the weeds of Western Australia. (Plant Protection Society of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia). P235.