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bitou bush

/ (ˈbiːtəʊ) /
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noun

a sprawling woody shrub, Chrysanthemoides monilifera rotundata, with oval green leaves and yellow daisy-like flowers. It is native to South Africa and considered an invasive species in Australia

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Word Origin for bitou bush

from the Bitou river in South Africa
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