Chrysocephalum baxteri TUBESTOCK
Chrysocephalum baxteri is a low growing, perennial species up to about 30cm high by a similar width. The leaves are silvery-green with woolly hairs giving a silvery appearance on the under surface. The flower heads occur singly at the ends of the stems with yellow centres surrounded by white bracts. Flowers occur over a long period between spring and early autumn.
Prefers a sunny position in well drained, moist soils. Plants may become untidy after a few years but the appearance is improved by cutting back after flowering. The flowers are long lasting.
No live plants can be sent to W.A, N.T, Tasmania or overseas