Billy Buttons

Flower Description

Origins
Known familiarly as the “billy button” or “drumstick,” craspedia is a perennial herbaceous member of the daisy family Compositae, and is a native wildflower of New Zealand, Australia and Tasmania. It has been cultivated in the United States as a garden flower since 1988. Its name comes from the Greek kraspedon for “edging,” which refers to the feathery foliage that accompanies its achenes, or fruit.

Vase Life
10-12 days.

Design Uses
Unique shape adds textural and visual interest to designs. Flowers dry well.

Colors: Yellow.

Farmers