Endemic to Western Australia, this annual everlasting daisy is a go-to-choice for creating pretty native wildflower meadow effects in your garden. With flowers ranging from pure white to deep pink with contrasting bright yellow or deep black centres, each stem is topped with a flower appearing from August to November that opens in full sunshine, closing at night or in wet conditions. Can attract a range of bees and other pollinating insects to your garden.
Be sure to grow in sandy open soil in sun to part shade, feed with native fertilizer and water in dry weather and cut back old flowers to encourage reshooting. Everlastings can also be dried by hanging upside down after cutting – pick in bud, they will open as they dry and retain their colour.