Helichrysum subulifolium commonly known as golden everlasting strawflowers produced from spring to autumn. Their distinctive feature is the papery bracts that resemble petals. Strawflower is a continuous bloomer. Deadheading and flower harvesting throughout the growing season prevent seed formation and prolong flowering. They are native to the grassland of Australia and made its way to Europe in the 1800s, where the nobility prized it for having anti-flammatory properties when brewed into tea.
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Scientific Name: Helichrysum subulifolium
Common Name: Yellow Strawflower
Plant Type: Annual
Native Range: Australia
Growth Height: 10-18"
Spread: Trailing to 24 "
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Blooming Season: Summer Bloom
Flower Color: Yellow
Characteristics: Cut Flowers
Resistant: Drought Tolerant
Water Requirement: Water the plant only when soil feels dry, Low
Soil Type: Avoid Wet and soggy soil
Soil pH: pH 5.5 to 6.5
Special Feature: Good for containers, Superb for cutting