Winged everlasting is often called by its Latin name Ammobium. Its advantage is the long flowering period - from July to October. Long, rather stiff stems of Ammobium, up to 70 cm in height, are ended with single, small flowers. The winged everlasting is grown primarily as an ornamental plant or material for dry compositions and bouquets.
Blosmi dried Ammobium
The bouquet of dried Ammobium is rich in small, white flowers with stiff petals slightly reminiscent of dry scapes.