Brachyglottis monroi is a native to New Zealand. It occurs naturally in mountain to subalpine scrublands and rocky places in Marlborough and North Canterbury.
It is a small, hardy, evergreen low spreading shrub growing to 1 m with oblong, wavy-edged olive green, leathery leaves up to 5cm in length with white tomentum below.
Bright 2cm wide yellow daisy-like flowers in terminal corymbs appear in summer. These flowers are hermaphrodites (has both male and female organs) and they are pollinated by insects.
It is related to Brachyglottis compacta.
This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit
Very Hardy. Grows almost anywhere in New Zealand
Out door grown in South Canterbury’s harsh conditions. Grown in Plastic Pots 85mm x 85mm x 90mm.
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