The leaves of Felicia erigeroides are alternate, in the photo showing several tufts of small new leaves growing from the leaf axils, representing the beginnings of the next branches. The leaves are about stalkless upon the pale green upper stems that grow at nearly right angles from older ones.
Leaves are elliptic to obovate in shape, tapering to both tip and base. Leaf surfaces are slightly shiny and faintly hairy, said to be more so along their margins that are entire. The leaf midribs are visible in picture, secondary veins not. Leaves become up to 4 cm long (www.plantzafrica.com).
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