Helichrysum heywoodianum

Helichrysum heywoodianum

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Plant densely glandular. Flowering stems thinly lanate, simple and erect, arising from a stout, erect, branching, woody caudex. Sterile shoots with conspicuously swollen ovoid base. Leaves linear-oblanceolate, ± glabrous apart from glandular hairs, basal ones up to 60 x 4 mm, upper gradually smaller. Capitula turbinate, 6-7 mm, borne 6-13 in dense subglobose corymbs. Phyllaries regularly imbricate, adpressed, pale straw-coloured. Flowers all hermaphrodite. Fl. 8. Sloping limestone rocks with Inula heterolepis or Pinus brutia, 800-900 m.

Endemic and very distinct.

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