Craspedia are also called drum sticks and make a great eye-catcher in the bouquet! Find out more information about the small yellow power balls here!
Botanical name: Craspedia globosa
Plant family: Sunflower (bot.Asteraceae)
Occurrence: Egypt and Europe
Craspedia globosa (bot. Craspedia globosa) are small, spherical and extremely charming. Their German name “drum beater” rightly makes you smile, as they look slightly prancing with their mustard-yellow balls. Craspedien belong to the sunflower family and are originally from Australia and New Zealand. They bloom from June to October. Blossoms are you wondering now? Yes, the Craspedia have flowers! Because before they dry up, the knobbly balls consist of tiny little flowers that are lined up closely to form a compact ball.
Care tips for Craspedia
Cut the Craspedia freshly on arrival. You will enjoy the Craspedien for a long time. You can also arrange these with other flowers such as tulips.
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