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Rhodanthe manglesii, early June. The Swan River Everlasting Daisy is a herbaceous plant, a native of Western Australia, that was introduced and cultivated in England in 1834 from seeds collected by James Mangles. Other common names include Pink sunray, Silver bells, Australian strawflower, Timeless rose, and Mangles everlasting.