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A picture of a Shrub ragwort

Shrub ragwort

Brachyglottis spp.

Also known as

Shrubby Ragwort

Brachyglottis elaeagnifolia 11 by Rudolph89 (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Light watering


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size





  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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A photo of Shrub ragwort
A photo of Shrub ragwort

Shrub ragwort Overview

Brachyglottis is a genus containing around 35 evergreen climbers, shrubs or trees from the Asteraceae family. These plants are restricted in their distribution to New Zealand and Tasmania. Brachyglottis are grown for their daisy-like yellow flowers and pretty, leathery, silver-green foliage. Cultivated dwarf species would be well suited to a rock garden. Some of these plants are commonly known as Shrub Ragwort or Shrubby Ragwort and historically they were known as Senecio.

How to propagate Shrub ragwort


You can propagate by semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.

Special features of Shrub ragwort

Attractive leaves

Attractive flowers

Other uses of Shrub ragwort

Grown for their bold foliage and overall effect.


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