Anaphalioides bellidioides
(Everlasting Daisy)

Anaphalioides bellidioides
(Everlasting Daisy)

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Foliage Colour: Grey
Growth Rate: Medium
Mature Height: 0.2 m
Mature Width: 0.6 m
Site Condition: Exposed, Frost Tolerant, Heavy Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Drainage: Dry, Moist
Category: Shrub
Features: Native. Suitable for bordering or edging and ground cover. Attractive to insects and bees. Flower colour: White, Yellow. Suitable restoration species.

Anaphalioides bellidioides is a common perennial alpine and subalpine daisy in the Asteraceae family found throughout New Zealand, and on some offshore islands. A New Zealand native soft herbaceous densely mat-forming evergreen perennial. The flowers are white, approximately 15mm across, on stems up to about 10cm tall, and the foliage a greyish colour. Flowering occurs from mid spring to mid summer. In Marlborough they are fairly common in the Richmond Range.

Flowering: Summer [December - February]
Fruiting:    

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