Curling everlasting. Button everlasting.
Dense upright, mat forming perennial herb. Unbranched and spreads from underground stems
200 - 300 mm high
Basal rosette of light green velvety leaves. Broad at the end and becoming narrower at the stem. Up to 70 mm long.Upper surface usually covered in course hairs.
Single yellow daisy type flowerheads up to 30 mm width at the end of a tall stalk
September to December
Brown ovate. Seeds brown,very small with fluffy pappus.
From seeds and cuttings.
Naturally occurring plants in well drained soil in open forest.
Caterpillars and butterflies.
Common, not threatened
Preferably not removed from natural setting as they are difficult to transplant and removal may result in destruction of the colony.
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