Is it a native?
Creeping Cudweed - native (Euchiton collinus)
Family: Asteraceae (Daisy Family).
Other names: Formerly Euchiton gymnocephalus.
- it has a cluster of usually less than 20 florets
- the leaves at the base of the flower clusters are short and do not, or scarcely, exceed the flower cluster
- it has slender trailing stems, which root and send up new stems (so that it often grows in colonies)
- the upper leaf surface is dull green.
Photos 1: Kaweka Wildflower Reserve 2: Barfold 3: Mt Alexander.