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Aug 10, 2012 9:12 PM

Daisy-like seashore plant

This was at Porthcawl, South Wales.  I was working and unable to take a photo.  At the top of the shore, among rocks, just below the prom were a couple of clumps of a daisy-type plant.  the flowers were purple or lilac with a yellow centre, rather like a Michelmas daisy, but larger (perhaps twice the diameter) and.  The leaves were more or less mouse or rabbit-ear shaped, curled inward, and looked rather succulent  (not as thick as many succulents but thicker than average).  The clumps were probably each a foot or so in diameter.

 

I can't find pictures of wild daisy type flowers of that colour and wonder if someone can help?

 

If I can get down there again soon I will try to get a picture.

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