id Shrubby Asteraceae

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  1. Steve H

    Steve H Active Member

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    Saw this attractive shrubby member of the Asteraceae at RHS Wisley with no label and no one to ask. I guessed at possibly some sort of Othonna but I wait to be corrected.
     

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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    If nobody yelled at you to get out of the bed, at least you were successful in this respect.

    I bet their web site has an e-mail address offered for those with such questions.
     
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    Mine seems to have densely hairy leaves whereas O. arborescens appear to be smooth or almost glaucus? Thanks for looking though Susan.
     
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    Euryops tysonii
     
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    looks like a good call!
     
  7. Steve H

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    Thats Great sundew kook, I think you have nailed it. Thank you :-)
     

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