New Zealand Everlastingflower (Anaphalioides bellidioides)
Last Modified: 4-11-2021 22:33
New Zealand Everlastingflower (Anaphalioides bellidioides) is a common perennial alpine and subalpine daisy in the Asteraceae family found throughout New Zealand, and on some offshore islands. The flowers are white, approximately 15mm across, on stems up to about 10cm tall, and the foliage a greyish colour. Flowering occurs from mid spring to mid summer. In Marlborough they are fairly common in the Richmond Range.
A. bellidioides is sold in nurseries internationally, and is a popular flower for rock gardens.
These examples were observed on the Red Hills.
Image Date: 1/11/2021
Photographer: Christopher Cookson
Location: Latitude: -41.735958 Longitude: 172.992096