Size: To 6' tall and wide
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade
Gray-green leaves, alternate, oval, to 1.5" long, toothed margins, pubscent below. White, daisy-like flowers. Well-drained moist soil.
From Bot. Repos. (Aster dentatus)
from the continuance of its flowering, is very desirable as a greenhouse plant, as it begins to expand its blossoms about December, and from that time till August is seldom seen without flowers. It is a low-growing shrub, seldom exceeding a foot in height, and very branching.
Published in Prodromus (A. P. de Candolle) 5: 252 in 1836.
Native to Australia
PlantList shows the name as unresolved.
Basionym Aster tomentosus J.C.Wendl.