Callilepis laureola is a spring flower of the grasslands with the unusual combination of dark disc, white rays and bright green foliage. This perennial herb has tufts of stems about 60cm tall arising from a large woody rootstock. The stems are simple or branched from the base; leaves are variable in size and shape and normally lanceolate.The ray florets of this daisy is pure white with a dark purple centre.
Callilepis laureola is an attractive garden plant, but it has unpleasant smell like green mango when cut. It should be interplanted with grasses and other Grassland species for maximum effect. Plant in a well-drained soil and do not overwater.