Flannel Cudweed - local native (Actinobole ulignosum)
is a distinctive annual herb with woolly leaves. It may be stemless or with a short stem. The flower is a compound daisy, with 2 or more heads. It is uncommon locally, usually found on granite. In warmer districts it may grow in sparse pastures, especially on sandy soils.
Name. actinoble Greek actinos a ray; oblos a small coin, referring to the flowers; uliginosus: growing in wet or muddy places.
Flannel Cudweed. 1: Nuggetty. 2: Sundown, NSW.