The flowerheads of Othonna quinquedentata are borne in loose clusters on long almost leafless, branched stalks. The small yellow daisy flowerheads in picture (measuring 3 cm across), have five ray florets around the densely flowered discs, also yellow. The rays are ovate with rounded tips. A single row of joined involucral bracts, shorter than the florets, hold them at the base. This plant species flowers throughout the year (Bean and Johns, 2005; Manning, 2007; iSpot).