Fuzzweed, New Holland Daisy.
Presence in Australia
This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: Qld, NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, SA, NT, WA.
Various "natural" and disturbed habitats.
Woody annual or perennial herb, 10-40cm high. Rigidly erect stems.
Not particularly palatable, but eaten by stock when alternative feed is scarce.
Pale blue to mauve flowers throughout year.
Late Nov to late Jan. Monitor closely, as mature seeds shed within 3-14 days.
Vittadinia gracilis also occurs in region.