Tassel Flower table runner
The Tassel Flower (Leucopogon verticillatus) is an understorey plant, native to the karri, marri and jarrah forests and woodlands in the southwest of Western Australia. They are a plant with a very long history, being a member of the Ericaceae family, which flourished when Australia was still a part of the supercontinent Gondwana.
Its striking bamboo-like appearance made it the first Western Australia export to Japan. It is still used in flower arrangement.