Pussytoes are a fantastic groundcover for nearly any situation. Stems bearing silver leaves creep along, flowing around rocks, other plants, and down slopes to cover exposed ground and prevent weeds from moving in. In the spring, soft catkin-like flowers are held on 8” stems, giving the plants some temporary height. We have several species available that look slightly different but behave similarly, and they can be grown together for a patchwork quilt effect.
- Antennaria spp