Goldfields Daisy

Family: Asteraceae
Genus: Olearia
Species: muelleri
Main Flower Colour: White


Goldfields Daisy commonly grows into compact round shrubs about half a metre in height. The small leaves are flat, stiff and slightly viscid (sticky).

The flowerheads are over 2 cm diameter, usually a vivid white with a yellow centre, although blue\purple colours are also recorded. Flowers are produced anytime from August to January.

Flowering start in August and ends in January.


The main flower colour is white.

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Bio Regions

Coolgardie (COO), Murchison (MUR)

Region Specifics

Common throughout the WA eastern wheatbelt, goldfields and extends eastwards to Eucla and beyond.

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