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  4. Gwen
    September 30, 2013 @ 2:58 am

    A flower by any other name? (well it isn’t a rose, at least)

    I was amused to come across your remarks about Billy buttons, which sent me on a search for an Aboriginal name for this plant. I found a reference to Craspedia richea from Corranderk, Victoria (NE of Melbourne) in the late 1800s being called Pimpat. Perhaps you prefer that, though it was also used for Brachycome cardiocarpa, a small yellow-centred daisy. The common names of Billy buttons and Drumsticks were likely given by English settlers.

    Then I learned that the current botanical name is Pycnosorus globosus, instead of Craspedia globosa, according to the Australian National Herbarium. Do try to keep up Higgeldy! If you’d like to see a pic in the wild –
    You’ll notice it’s a herb of open grassland, which may give a clue to its cultivation. We are more used to seeing Billy buttons in the wild (in vast expanses) and congratulate you on growing it in dinky English gardens.

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    • Ben
      November 28, 2013 @ 6:42 pm

      hey Gwen…thanks for posting…I have only just seen your comment. You have done your research!!! Good show. :) …rather wishing I was where you are right now as a wet n cold winter approaches….