Craspedia Flowers are a form of daises that belong to the Asteraceae family. They have frigid and edged heads. They are seen as casual and fun flowers for a simple decor.
Craspedia Flower Meaning and Symbolism
The Greek origin of ‘Craspedia’ is ‘Kraspedon’ meaning ‘edging.’ They signify ‘Good Health.’ In the modern flower meanings, they are used to express the feeling that the receiver lights up the sender’s world.
Craspedia Flower Facts
- Craspedia flowers are well known for their unique structure and the visual impact they create in floral arrangements.
- They are popularly known by the name ‘Billy Buttons,’ or ‘Drumstick,’ and they are also called Wollyheads.
- There are wildflowers that grow in Tasmania, New Zealand and Australia.
- They are good for dry floral arrangements.
- They can live for a maximum of 14 days in a vase.
- Their most preferred color is Yellow, but they are available in many different colors.