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Golden Everlasting WF200754
The flower heads of golden everlasting are insect-pollinated and will provide food for native butterflies and larvae. This species is widespread, growing in a variety of habitats across the country, from rainforest margins to deserts and subalpine areas. The golden everlasting serves as food for various larvae of butterflies and moths, and adult butterflies, hoverflies, native bees, small beetles, and grasshoppers visit the flower heads.