A compact small shrub that has attractive silvery leaves and masses of white everlasting daisy flowers in early to mid-spring that persist on the plant for several months. Trim back behind the spent flowers in late spring to rejuvenate the plant, which will improve the flowering the next year. A good feature plant or container plant, also good for cut flowers. To preserve the flowers, pick in bud. Hang to dry, and they will keep their colour and last for years, and can be used in dried arrangements.
|Scientific Name:||Coronidium elatum|
|Cultivar:||Sunny Side Up|
|Common Name:||Everlasting Daisy|
|Plant Type:||Small shrub|
|Height:||1 ~ 1.5 metre|
|Width:||1 ~ 1.5 metre|
|Flower Colour:||White, Yellow|
|Flowering Time:||Spring, Summer|
|Ph Level:||Acid, Neutral, Alkaline|
|Soil Type:||Sandy, Loamy, Sandy loam, Clay loam, Poor soil|
|Plant Environment:||Low maintenance garden, Courtyard, Poolside, Container growing, Cottage garden, Flower garden, Coastal garden, Drought resistant, Wildflower meadow|
|Climate Zone:||Sub-tropical, Warm temperate, Cool temperate, Semi-arid|
|Growth Habit:||Evergreen, Dense foliage, Mound-shaped|
|Soil Moisture:||Dry, Well-drained|
|Frost Tolerance:||Tolerates light frost|
|Plant Usage:||Feature plant, Wow factor|
|Special Features:||Cut flower, Fast growing, Playground friendly|
|Attracts Wildlife:||Bees, Butterflies, Other insects|
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