Brachyscome graminea (Grass Daisy)
Brachyscome graminea, labelled under former name Brachyscome angustifolia at time of photo; Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, Victoria
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GRASS DAISY FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Grass Daisy is a trailing or upright perennial herb growing to 70 cm high. The flower heads are 8 mm to 17 mm in diameter. Flowers heads are white or mauve, with yellow centre. The plant flowers in spring, summer and autumn from October to May. Brachyscome graminea was formerly known as Brachyscome angustifolia var. angustifolia.
Wet ground around marshes, freshwater swamps, streams.
Grass Daisy is found in eastern New South Wales, Victoria, south eastern South Australia, Tasmania.
Height: 0.3m - 0.7m
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Relatives in same Genus