Erect to spreading shrub, 0.1-0.3 m high. Fl. yellow, Jan or Mar or May or Aug to Nov. White or red/yellow sand, loam or clay, often over limestone. Roadsides, depressions.
A common sight in sandy hollows, on limestone, saltlakes and clay flood plains, as well as in coastal areas. Disphyma has rounded leaves that root at the nodes,
Hemispherical, divaricate shrub with hairy branches.
Leaves terete, subterete or ± flattened, to c. 50 mm long.
Flowers pedicellate. Perianth segments triangular, to c.
A creeping annual herb commonly found partially covered with sand on the top of sand dunes. Flowers have 5 petals and are pinish-white. leaves covered with long hairs.