CRCCD – Field Pussytoes


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Antennaria neglecta


Soil:  Gritty to Rocky, Well-drained
Moisture:  Average to Dry
Light:  Full to Part Sun
Plant Height:  6 to 12 inches
Plant Width:  to 12 inches
Pests:  None
Landscape Value:  Good for a small area ground cover in rock gardens, rocky slopes, or other lean, rocky locations.

Mat-forming ground cover with two types of leaves.  Velvety, spoon-shaped basal leaves occur in rosettes while smaller leaves occur on flower stalks that rise from the center of the rosettes in spring.  Leaves are covered with silver-gray hairs.  Terminal flower clusters are white and fuzzy, resembling the pads of a cat’s paw.  Tolerates drought.  Attracts butterflies and predatory insects that prey on insect pests.

1 quart pot