Lavish stem-tip flowering of Euryops tenuissimus presents many flowerheads on long stalks from the upper leaf axils.
The flowerheads are not very big, the ring of ray florets sparse. Buds are about globular, showing acute-angled, brown-tipped bracts where the rays have not spread yet and concealed them as in mature flowerheads.
The leaves in picture are shorter and greener than the floral peduncles; needle-like without the three-lobed splitting of subsp. trifurcatus. This plant is then probably E. tenuissimus subsp. tenuissimus (Manning, 2007; iSpot).
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