19th November - Oreomyrrhis eriopoda - Australian Caraway

Oreomyrrhis eriopoda

Erect pubescent perennial herb, c. 30 cm high; leaves in a basal rosette, petiolate; leaf blades 2-pinnate, 3-20 cm long, 1-3 cm broad, more or less hirsute with appressed hairs; lower pairs of leaflets often petiolulate and distant; ultimate lobes of leaflets mostly linear to obovate-oblong; petiole slender, usually about as long as the blade, with a narrow sheath at the base.

Flowers from September to November.

An endangered plant in South Australia.

Likes a damp cool hillside.