Actinotus helianthi Flannel Flower
Diagnosis: An erect perennial herb with silvery, densely hairy soft divided leaves and velvety white daisy-like flowers
Flowering: Mainly spring, but some flowers are usually present throughout the year.
Habitat: Open forest and dry hillsides, coastal dunes and heaths, on sandy soils.
Distribution: in Sydney from coast to mountains. In New South Wales in central tablelands and western slopes, also in Queensland
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