|Plant growing in the Muckleford Forest, Victoria, Australia.|
Eurybia teretifolia Sond.
It is a light open shrub reaching a maximum height of 1.5m. Its rodlike leaves are about 6 mm long. White daisy-like flowers about 6 mm in diameter cover the bush in August to October.
Under cultivation, it can be pruned after flowering to encourage a bushy shape. It is frost-resistant.
The species was formally described in 1853 by German botanist Otto Wilhelm Sonder based on plant material collected from the Mount Lofty Ranges. Sonder gave it the name Eurybia tertifolia. It was renamed firstly as Aster teretifolius in 1865 and finally Olearia teretifolia in 1867 by Victorian Government Botanist Ferdinand von Mueller.