Flattened daisy to 30 cm high with flat green irregularly-toothed rosette leaves to 25 cm long and to 9 cm wide, furry beneath. Daisy flower yellow, 10-20 mm across on stout stem.
Yellow daisy with a rosette of flat ground-hugging leaves.
Annual. Occurs on sandy and loamy soils in a range of habitats, including roadsides and disturbed areas. Considered a weed in lawns and gardens. Insect-pollinated. Flat habit protects it from grazing.
Mostly in spring, but throughout year according to rain.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia