|Ixeris repens, a
perennial herb in sandy soil in seashores, propagates by
extending rhizomes long underground. Leaves are thick, with long
petioles, and even if covered with the sand, they can afford to get
out above the ground by themselves. Blades are 3-5cm in length and
width, palmately cleft or dissected - variable. Axils give birth to
peduncles, which set 2-3cm-in-diameter yellow flower heads on tips.
Involucres are about 1cm long and cylindrical. Bloom time: