Prairie Pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta)

Prairie Pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta)

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Antennaria neglecta
Fantastic groundcover in full sun & dry soil. Creeping, 2-inch foliage totally covers soil. Prairie pussytoes will make a nice filler in container gardens.
Uses: Butterflies, container gardens, ground cover, host plant
Bloom time: April - June
Height: 4 to 10 inches
Space:6 to 12  inches
Sun: Full sun to light shade
Moisture: Dry to average

Seed:  Sow fresh seed as soon as available (usually by June). Some seed will germinate within a month, and the rest will germinate the following spring.  These tiny seeds will need light to germinate, so do not cover them.
  • 200+ seeds per packet
  • 275,000 seeds per ounce
  • 0.25 oz. per 2,000 square feet
5 Stars
amateur enthusiast
These tough little plants are growing between stone pavers in a spot that gets hot and dry but not consistently full sun. They have spread gently but persistently to form a large mat of soft grey. The soft fuzzy flowers in the spring look like kitten's paws more than flowers.
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Reviewed by:  from Columbia, Missouri. on 8/27/2016

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