rosy pussytoes (Antennaria rosea)

deep pink to white clusters of flowers that resemble a cat's paw with silvery-green stems

rosy pussytoes

 

Common name: rosy pussytoes
Botanical name: Antennaria rosea

Light: Full to partial sun
Height: foliage – 4 inches; flowers – 12 inches
Water: moderate to low, drought tolerant once established
Soil type: well-drained sandy to loam soils including clay

Perennial wildflower with evergreen silver-grey basal leaves and deep pink to white clusters of flowers that resemble a cat’s paw; blooms early summer; forms large mats; one of our most popular groundcovers

 

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