Coastal Gazania

Gazania rigens (L.) Gaertn.

Also known as treasure flowers native to South Africa it is a spreading, low-growing, half-hardy perennial with blue-grey foliage and brilliant yellow, daisy-like composite flowerheads throughout the summer.

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What habitats does Gazania rigens live in?

The species has become naturalised on coastal dunes and roadsides

What is the distribution of Gazania rigens?

From QLD to SA including Tasmania (Although it is sold as a garden plant in most states)

How big does Gazania rigens grow?

Can grow to around 30cm although can get higher.

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