Haastia sinclairii

Haastia sinclairii photographed at Ohau Snow Fields, Twizel, South Island, New Zealand

Haastia sinclairii is a trailing subshrub, which forms loose patches of vegetation. The leaves can be broad or narrow, up to 1.4 in (3.5 cm) long, and are covered in short white hairs. The white flower heads, up to 1.2 in (3 cm) across, project from the branch ends.

Haastia sinclairii is found in alpine fellfields, rocky places and screes in the eastern mountains of the South Island, New Zealand.

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