Daisy bush (Olearia) is a shrub that is often found in seaside gardens, where it thrives.

Its flowers attract insects to feed on the pollen and nectar.


The leaves are leathery and tough. These characteristics help the plant to cope with maritime climates, sea spray and exposure to the elements.

The plant has white or pale pink flowers during the summer season.

Varieties[edit | edit source]

  • Olearia "Waikariensis" (New Zealand)
  • Olearia myrsinoides
  • Olearia nernstii
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Created January 19, 2016 by Felicity
Modified March 30, 2024 by Irene Delgado
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