Actinotus is a small genus of flowering plants native to both Australia and New Zealand. Most are short lived herbaceous perennials living for only a few years. Actinotus forsythii is a sub-shrub, with silver-grey lobed foliage covered in tiny hairs. It is smaller than its relative Actinotus helianthi. It produces star shaped pale pink bracts with tiny deepish pink flowers in the centre.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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