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Posted by EDITOR 9 Jun 2010 - 12:48:00 PM

Today's offering is a pretty little paper daisy. Found widely in Queensland, NSW, Tasmania and South Australia but not much cultivated.

Seems a shame. The winged stems and silvery tints are distinctive. It does the sort of loose, free-flowering things that would make it a good native alternative in cottage, meadow or alpine gardens.

http://www.plantthis.com.au/plant-information.asp?gardener=8802&plantSpot=1

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