Australian Butterfly Bush, Butterfly and Xmas Bells, Butterfly and Flannel Flower, Butterfly and Waratah
There are a number of Australian butterfly patterns with much the same design. The Butterfly Bush (shown above left) has a stylized butterfly in the center and butterflies in the encircling groups of flowers. If the design has a group of bell-shaped flowers it's called Butterfly Bush and Xmas Bells. If it has a Zinnia-type flower in the middle it called Butterfly Bush and Waratah; if it has a 10-pointed flower it's called Butterfly Bush and Flannel Flower. Such patterns are valued similary. Note that these compotes may be ruffled, round or ice cream shape, or flat.

Butterfly Bush compotes, round or ruffled (most frequently seen)

Marigold, 110 (2013), 95 (2015), 30 (2017)

Purple, 375, 425 (both 2015), 120 (2017)

Purple, salver, 7 3/4 inch, 150 (2015)

Butterfly Bush and Xmas Bells compotes, round or ruffled

Marigold, 85 (2015), 60 (2016) Purple, 200 (2012), 75 (2014), 90, 185 (both 2015), 130 (2017)

Hartung Book Eight: Butterflies and Bells

Butterfly Bush and Flannel Flower compotes, round or ruffled

Marigold, 475 (2015)

Purple, 600 (2010), 1,000 (2015)

Hartung Book Eight: Flannel Flower

Butterfly Bush and Waratah compotes, round or ruffled

Marigold, 200 (2000), 115, 220 (both 2012), 310 (2015)

Purple, 400 (2008), 650 (2010), 625 (2012), 1,000 (2015), 135, 300 (both 2016)

Hartung Book Eight: Butterflies and Waratah

Updated 7/17/2017