Common Billy Buttons

Craspedia glauca (Labill.) Spreng.

It is a pale green herb with conspicuous yellow flower heads it has narrow leaves some of which have loose covering of webby hairs. It flowers from August to December.

NOTE: This species was incorrectly labelled throughout mainland Australia. This species is endemic to Tasmania the mainland species is Craspedia variabilis

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What habitats does Craspedia glauca live in?

Variable habitate from pastures to heathlands and forests

What is the distribution of Craspedia glauca?

Endemic to Tasmania

How big does Craspedia glauca grow?

Can grow to around 40cm tall

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