Euryops virgineus, the river resin bush, is a rounded evergreen shrub with many, more or less straight branches. Its proportions are 3,5m tall by 1,5 m wide. It has tiny, dark green, palmate (fan-shaped) leaves with 3 to 7 little lobes. They are arranged opposite each other or sometimes spirally along the upper stem parts.
A profusion of small yellow daisy flowers appear during late winter and spring, to almost cover the shrub if it grows in full sun. The plant occurs on coastal land from Bredasdorp to the Eastern Cape (www.plantzafrica.com).