|USDA Hardiness Zone
|Canadian Hardiness Zone
|Requires cool season preotection under glass.
|RHS Hardiness Zone
|up to 0.6 m
|0.2 - 0.5 m
|An interesting member of the Daisy family that proliferates after bushfires and wildfires, but may not be seen for many years.
|Informal flower gardens, flower beds, potted indoor or patio plants or as a specimen.
|Grow in full to partial sun in well-draining sandy and loamy soils.
|Coastal ironstone outcroppings.
|Smooth flower stems with small hairs.
|Pinnate succulent leaves with a very vine hair-like coating.
|Terminal, solitary variegated multi-bracted blooms.
|Medium green to vivid green foliage and stems. Bloom outer bracts can vary from creamy white to bright pink to fuchsia. Inner bracts are almost always pure white but can occasionally be light rosy pink.
|Soft and fuzzy.
|Kings Park and Botanical Garden, Perth, Australia.