Lasiospermum bipinnatum is an erect to ascending, much branched perennial herb that grows up to about 0.6m high. It has twice-divided, glabrous leaves that have long sparse hairs when young. The flowerheads have white outer ray florets and pale yellow inner disc florets. The flowerheads are borne singly on long glabrous stalks.
Lasiospermum bipinnatum is widely planted for its rich yellow-green foliage, showy flowerheads and its prolific flowering during late spring into summer. It can tolerate a wide range of soils.