Pretty white 1” broad flowers appear from July through August at stem tips & are followed by persistent 1” long thimble-like seed heads which eventually turn to loose cottony masses of seeds, deeply cut 3” leaves are clustered on the erect stem, pollen source for native bees.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-9b
Other names: Tall Thimbleweed
Native Range: WY, ND, s. ME south to GA, LA, OK & CO. Rare in RI
Germination - Easy: Surface sow, Cold Stratify 4 weeks