Antennaria plantaginifolia Q01

Pussytoes / Ladies Tobacco

Bloom Period: 

April – June

Light:

Sun

Water:

Medium – Dry

Size:

Height 6 – 10”  Width 9 – 18”

Zone:

3 – 8

Patent:

None

Clusters of fuzzy white, finger-like flowers tinged with pink perch atop leafy stems above broader, soft gray-green basal leaves. A dioecious Missouri native found on rocky slopes, prairies and glades that spreads by stolons into a solid leafy mat, the shorter male flowers are pure white. The host plant for American Painted Lady butterfly; deer and rabbit resistant.