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Thursday 6 January 2022


Chrysocephalum apiculatum of the Asteraceae family is often referred to as ‘yellow buttons’ or ‘common everlasting’.  A tough plant from areas such as the Yorke Peninsula and other areas, this is a low growing evergreen perennial. As with many plants that grow over a wide areas, a number of different forms are available, the main difference seeming to be in height.

Silvery grey green foliage buttery yellow flowers that are tightly held on tallish stems. Chrysocephalum grow over a large part of Australia and good drainage would seem to be important. Chrysocephalum apiculatum grows to about 0.5m, has a low water requirement and seems to tolerate frost.

It is a fast growing plant that will spread to around 1m, the long lasting flowers make it a welcome addition to the garden border. It does grow well in near coastal conditions and is very low care.

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