Attractive tall perennial tufted perennial with one or more flower stems to 60 cm high with yellow flower balls 10-25 mm across. Narrow pale to olive green spoon-shaped leaves at base to 13 cm long and 5-13 mm wide, sparsely hairy, with smaller leaves along stem.
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Golden-yellow globular flowers held on long stalks over olive green hairy mostly basal leaves.
Perennial. Common and widespread in a variety of habitats but mostly in lowland grasslands and woodlands. Likes moist to boggy soils. Sensitive to moderate disturbance. Palatable to stock.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia