Cushion Bush is an unusual shrub plant that belongs to the Asteraceae family and originates from the warm climate of Australia. It can be found in coastal areas, where there is enough moisture and bright sun, which promotes active growth. This bush has become popular as an ornamental landscape plant due to its resistance to winds, so it can often be seen in private yards, where it adorns the entire surrounding area.
Leucophyta brownii is easily identified by its thin, silver-white leaves, which grow on numerous chaotic stems and are covered with small hairs, creating an interesting contrast.
In spring and early summer, inflorescences of small tubular flowers appear, which are white and yellow and have rounded heads, and grow up to half an inch (1 cm) in diameter. The bush is usually rounded in shape and grows up to 35 in (90 cm) tall and wide, but it is also used as a ground cover because it can cover a large area in a short period.