Shrubby Daisybush

Dimorphotheca fruticosa (L.) DC.

Perennial herb, becoming woody at the base often forming dense mats. The leaves are alternately arranged on procumbent stems. Leaves are fleshy, toothed and are up to 10 x 2.5 cm. Daisy-like flowers are produced with white-mauve petals and dark central disc. Many small seeds are produced

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What habitats does Dimorphotheca fruticosa live in?

Terrestrial. Sand and coastal sites

What is the distribution of Dimorphotheca fruticosa?

From SA to NSW including Tasmania

How big does Dimorphotheca fruticosa grow?

It can grow up to 40 cm high

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