Heads of compact white flowers from April to June, semi-evergreen foliage is silky-hairy grey-green above & almost silvery below, forms rosettes up to 6 inch across with individual spoon-shaped leaves up to 3 inch long, an attractive & vigorous ground cover, host to the American Painted Lady Butterfly caterpillar (Vanessa virginiensis), thrives under dry conditions, drought resistant, tolerates acid soil.
Native Range: NB to MN, south to LA & n. FL
Germination - Moderately Difficult: Cold stratify 8 weeks. Surface sow.
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