What is Craspedia
Craspedia (Scientific name: Craspedia globosa) is native to Australia and is a perennial grass of the family Asteraceae. From the rainy season to autumn, a yellow spherical flower blooms on the straight, elongated and hard stem tip. There are no tongue - shaped flowers in the flower, and there are only tubular flowers. In English name, it is called Gold Sticks and Drum sticks from its shape. The application is dry flowers, cut flowers, pots, as flower color does not change even when dried.
Common name: Craspedia, Scientific name: Craspedia globosa, aka: Craspedia globosa, Gold sticks, Drum sticks, Billy Buttons,Origin: Australia, plant height: 50 to 70 cm, leaf color: covered with silver white hair, leaf shape: linear to lanceola shape, flower size: 2.5 cm, flowering period: June to September , Flower color: yellow, flower shape: spherical, use: flower bed, garden plant, flower arrangement, dry flower, cut flowers, flower shape: spherical, use: flower bed, garden plant, flower arrangement, dried flower, cut flowers.