WOOLY BUTTONS FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Wooly Buttons is an erect perennial woody herbaceous plant or sub-shrub. It is well branched with silvery-grey foliage and covering of fine tangled hairs. The leaves are linear to oblong and about 10mm to 15mm long by 1mm to 1.5mm wide. It produces hemispherical heads of yellow flowers in a cluster about 2cm to 5cm long in spring and summer.
Grows in woodland, shrubland, grassland and floodplains on heavy soils
Wooly Buttons is found in New South Wales south of Moree and west of Tamworth. Also found in Victoria.
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