Billy Buttons White
Preserved florals by the bunch
Billy Buttons (Craspedia) is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family commonly known as billy buttons and woollyheads.
Size: Approx 44cm long
Bunch: Approx 20 stems per bunch
This is a preserved product and will last a number of years.
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Original & Opulent
Most of our arrangements are available in two sizes; original and opulent. The images featured on the website represent the original value size of the arrangement. When you choose the opulent value size your arrangement will be increased in size/flower value.
Flowers & Design
At times some flower varieties pictured may be unavailable due to seasonal change or accessibility. Substitutions will be made in the spirit of the flowers originally chosen.