Other names: Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum.
Family: Asteraceae (Daisy family).
Occurrence: Widespread and common, often in weedy areas. Also in damp places, lawns and gardens.
Similar species: White Cudweed (Vellerophyton dealbatum) is similar in size and habit. It has white petals, and the flowers are woolly on the outside.
Helichrysum was formerly a large genus. All of the local former members of this genus have now been placed in other genera, and Jersey Cudweed reclassified as a helichrysum. Some authorities keep Jersey Cudweed as a Pseudognaphalium.
It is not known whether or not the local Jersey Cudweeds are introduced or native.