- Sea Pumpkin
- Latin Name
- Arctotheca populifolia
- A common occupant of coastal foredunes which forms small hummocks. The hairs on its leaves are a means of reducing desiccation.
Stem thick, leaves either simple and oval-shaped or lobed, coated with white hairs that give the leaves a grey colour. Flowers daisy-like with a rim of pale yellow florets. Size: Leaves 30 mm wide, flowers 25 mm.