It is usually found on forest edges, in riverine bush and in ravines, as well as in coastal scrub, grassland and disturbed areas. It is a compact, densely branched, leafy, evergreen shrub, 0.5 to 2m in height.
The species was moved to Euryops from the genus Gamolepis on the basis of chromosome counts. It is a ruderal weed in New South Wales, although it is not weedy in all places where it is cultivated or has naturalised. This particular variety is Euryops chrysanthemoides 'African Sun'. As you can see it is blooming profusely in our Winter here in Melbourne.
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lot of sunshine in your image today. Love it!ReplyDelete
Lots of beauty captured; a great view of flowers and tree!ReplyDelete
Can't remember seeing this one here in California. The white daisy with yellow heart I did see here.ReplyDelete
Nick, nice perspective. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
thanks so much for this link up. I like the yellow flowers.ReplyDelete
Looks like 1000 little suns.. cheerfully!ReplyDelete
So sunny photo!!ReplyDelete
Very pretty with the tree and blue sky in the background!...thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Very warm picture. Thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
Very pretty little flowers. Thank you for hosting. Have a good day.ReplyDelete