SAGO FLOWER FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Sago Bush, Pill Flower, Rice Flower, White Dogwood
Sago Flower is an erect open shrub growing to two metres tall. The leaves are short and narrow, growing to about 1.5 cm long, with margins that curl downwards. The leaves have quite a strong smell. It produces large flowerheads to 7 cm in diameter of white or cream or pink flowers in spring, summer and autumn. This plant used to be known as Helichrysum diosmifolium. It is a popular cut flower and is quite long lasting when cut.
1m - 3m
found along coast and inland to the ranges
Sago Flower is found in south east Queensland and eastern New South Wales
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