Actinotus Helianthi, Flannel Flower
Very hardy semi-prostrate for Australian gardens, the lovely silver foliage is a great contrast around deep green plants.
Flannel flower is a herbaceous or shrubby plant reaching almost a metre in height in good conditions but is often much smaller. The leaves are deeply lobed, grey and velvety in nature, giving rise to the common name. The flowers are small and occur in clusters surrounded by velvety, petal-like" bracts. The overall appearance of each head of flowers is similar to a daisy.
Will benefit from feeding twice per year with a and . For further inquiries please use our or email:
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