From mid-summer to mid-autumn wide spreading panicles of tubular white-pink ‘everlasting’ flowers provide a great garden display. The flowers are attractive in arrangements as freshly cut or dried. A butterfly attractant. The leaves are basal, with the flower stems growing up from the rosette. Prefers well drained soil in full sun, in hotter northern climates provide with part shade. Good salt tolerance. 50 seeds. No. 1.