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An errect plant about a foot high with slender flower stalks which end in a small aster flowers. Spatulate (spoon-shaped) leaves were arranged in a rosette at the base of the plant. The plants are not conspicuous but the pretty little flowers seem to be suspended in air and that's eye-catching.
Spotted along tracks in a national park amongst mixed natives - Churchill NP.
A native that's seen mostly in rocky open heathland.