Upright or sprawling wiry daisy to 40cm tall. Abundant densely hairy branches. Slender woody rootstock. Hairless highly dissected leaves taper to a narrow point. Single purple daisy flowers with a yellow centre on hairy flower stalks that are bumpy with glands.
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Daisy with many wiry hairy stems and purple flowers with yellow centre. Leaves are highly divided giving a somewhat lacey appearance.
Perennial. Occurs across a diversity of habitats. It requires disturbance and bare ground for regeneration. This species can only tolerate light grazing.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia