Native to Australia, paper daisy plants produce a large number of small (1–2") daisy-like flowers with papery petals. The flowers have a long vase life and also make an excellent dried flower. The thin, wiry stems are easy to clip and strip of leaves. Also called everlasting daisy, Australian everlasting, and immortelle. Commonly known as Helipterum, paper daisy was recently reclassified under the genus Rhodanthe.
Dramatic pink and black blooms for fresh or dried flowers.