This large Australian genus contains primarily annuals but also includes some perennials. All have daisy-like flower heads with papery rays that retain their color and form when dried. Plants are useful for winter arrangements and for garden color.
Topnotch flower for cutting and drying. Grows 2 ft. tall, with scanty, narrow leaves and 1- to 2-in. pink or white daisy flowers. These need full sun in warm soil; after danger of frost is past, sow seeds where plants are to grow. Thin to 6 to 12 in. apart.
Low-growing, clumping plants. Woody rootstock produces foot-wide rosette of finely cut leaves covered ...
Native to damp slopes below 7,000-ft. elevation, northern Coast Ranges and Sierra Nevada of California...
Nativeto plains from Canada to Texas.Golden yellow flowers on stemsto 1 ft. high.