The Castlepoint daisy (Brachyglottis compactus) is found naturally only in the Castlepoint area, but is also grown by nurseries for home gardens. The plant grows up to 1 metre tall and flowers in mid to late summer. Its hairy evergreen leaves are soft to the touch.
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Photograph by G. M. Crowcroft
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