May be limited in quantity. Please inquire!
Soil: Mesic (Medium) to Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full to Part
Flowers: The 1″ flower head consists of 3-10 fuzzy 1/4″ flowers in a tight group at the end of a single, fuzzy stem. The flowers have female flowers on one branch and the male flowers on another.
Leaves: The 1-2″ basal leaves have fuzzy, white hairs and one center nerve.
This plant attracts the Painted Lady Butterfly (Larval Food)! It is a nice choice for the rock garden, and is an excellent upland ground cover for Clay, Loam, as well as, dry, gravelly soils.
Medicinal Uses: Once used as a headache treatment.
Other Uses:The flowers are nice for dried bouquets. Formerly placed in storage with wool items to prevent moth damage.
More Info: It forms dense mats and ‘poisons’ the soil to reduce competition from other plants.