This genus is endemic to Australia and contains around 10 species of annual and perennial cushion-forming herbaceous shrubs. Characteristic silvery-white foliage is formed by hairs all over the the plant and they bear small yellow or white flowers at the tips of branching stems. A popular garden plant, often grown in containers.
How to propagate Calocephalus
You can propagate by semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.
Other uses of Calocephalus
Grown for cuttings and as summer bedding.