Helichrysum sutherlandii grows in clumps hanging from crevices in cliff faces and rock outcrops at high altitudes. It is a lax rounded shrublet with the flowering stems that stand out above the leaves.
Summer, Autumn, Winter
Flowers can be harvested and dried or used fresh.
Sow smoke treated seeds from summer to autumn in well drained sandy medium.
Root tip or stem cuttings in autumn or spring in a rooting medium of equal parts bark and polystyrene chips.
Adapted to dry summer conditions
Small grey leaves.
Africa, South Africa, Drakensberg, Mpumalanga, Lesotho (at high altitudes).