B. greyiis an open, mound-forming, evergreen shrub with ovate to oblong, shallowly scalloped leaves, hairy and grey-green when young, turning dark green with maturity. Large corymbs of bright yellow flower heads from summer to early autumn. Brachyglottis are evergreen shrubs from New Zealand and Tasmania which grow in the wild in scrubby grassland and forests. Some are grown for their foliage and some for their flowers. The most popular and widely grown species and varieties in the UK are found mainly in coastal gardens where some make effective hedges and small windbreaks.Brachyglottis have daisy-like flower heads with florets of petals. The flowers are in corymbs or panicles in summer and early autumn. The undersides of their leaves are white or white felted which is a distinguishing feature of this genus.