About Plant Craspedia Billy Buttons Craspedia Globosa is a perennial native to New Zealand and Australia, but this unique plant is more often grown as a hardy annual. Also commonly called Billy Balls, Drumsticks, and Woollyheads, the exotic-looking Craspedia has grass-like, silvery-green foliage with narrow, hairy leaves that have wooly appearance and blooms with bright-yellow, globe-shaped clusters of tiny, cup-shaped flowers on a top of stiff, wiry stems. Billy Buttons is easy to grow from seeds, and the fast growing, drought tolerant Craspedia makes a superb flower for rock gardens, cutting gardens, and borders. Craspedia Globosa grows best in full sun and gritty, well-drained garden soil tolerating a wide range of soil types, including sands, gravels, clays, and loams. Craspedia Drumsticks is a fantastic fresh or dried cut flower.
PropagationPLANT PROFILE Season: Annual/Perennial . Height: 24 Inches . Bloom Season: Summer . Environment: Sun/Partial Shade. Soil Type: Moist well-drained, pH 5.8-6.5span>
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|Preferred climate||18-22 Degree C|
|Germination Time||7 to 10 days|
|Season to plant||Aug,Sept,Oct or in Jan,Feb,March|
To provide borders at Garden corners, Garden pathways, Garden .
To form flower beds in garden.
Great Choice For Pavement Gardens, Flower Beds And Hanging Planters .