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Boneseed

Chrysanthemoides monilifera

Description:

Boneseed is a perennial shrub growing to 3 metres. Stems are woody, with many branches. Leaves are bright to dark green, with a mealy/powdery surface, alternate, toothed and hairless. The flowers are bright yellow and daisy-like, with 8-12 petals clustered at the ends of the branches. Boneseed flowers in September to February. It produces black berries that are spread by birds but can also be water-distributed. It is native to South Africa, introduced and naturalized in NZ.



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Christchurch, New Zealand

Lat: -43.58, Long: 172.77

Spotted on Sep 9, 2009
Submitted on Oct 20, 2012

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