Straw Flower was originally native to Australia. It is botanically known as Bracteantha bracteata, (brak-tee-an-tha). Formerly Helichrysum bracteatum. Stevens and Son grows Straw Flower as a late summer crop. Bunches are quite long often times over three foot in length and sleeved with 5 stems per bunch. The flowers are straw like in feel and appearance. Straw Flowers air dry very well. Dried flower heads may need wire support.
Seasonally – Late summer
Yellow, orange, white, reds, and pinks
- Sold in:
Bunches (5 stems)
This small mass flower has a vase life of 7 to 10 days depending on bud stage and environmental conditions.
Please consult with your sales representative for this weeks availability.