The Craspedia flower is sure to brighten anyone's day! We love using craspedia because it's unique shape, texture, and versatility allows it to be added to many different arrangements. A native of Tasmania, New Zealand and Australia, its name come from the Greek word kraspedon for “edging,” referring to the feathery foliage that accompanies its fruit. Nicknames of this flower include billy buttons, billy balls or wollyheads depending on the species.
1). The vibrant yellow color of this bloom fades over time, so make sure you wait to prune them until they are in full bloom and put in water right way. 2.) They work very well as a dried flower. Simply hang them upside down in a cool, dry place.