- Flower nameHelichrysum bracteatum
- Scientific nameHelichrysum bracteatum
- Aliasヘリクリサム, テイオウカイザイク, Helichrysum, bracted strawflower, 麦藁菊, 帝王貝細工, Golden everlasting
- Place of originwestern Australia
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September
- Language of flowersmemory
What is Helichrysum bracteatum
Helichrysum bracteatum , commonly called as Golden everlasting. Strawflower, or bracted strawflower, scientific name: Helichrysum bracteatum, is a semi-dwarfing annual herb of the family Asteraceae native to western Australia. From early summer to autumn, the hard and thin stem branches at the top and blooms head flowers. The head flower consists only of a tubular flower, and what looks like a tongue flower is a total bundle. There are many color of Involucral bract such as red, yellow, orange, white and purple. Since the involucral bract contains silicic acid, it has a hard metallic luster and has a flower-like property like dried flowers. It is an insectivorous flower where bees and flies come to the flower head. Flower language is "memory".
is the same Helichrysum flower.
Common name: Helichrysum bracteatum, Scientific name: Helichrysum bracteatum, aka: Golden everlasting, bracted strawflower, Place of Origin: Australia, Plant height: 50 to 120 cm, Leaf form: Lenticular, Leaf order: Alteration, Leaf edge: Full rim, Flowering stage: May to September, Flower color: Yellow, white, involucral bract’s color: Red and, yellow, orange, white, purple, etc., headed flower diameter: 3 to 5 cm, Fruit type: Fruit, application: Garden plant, potted plant, cut flower, bud flower, dried flower.