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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.


Rosy pussytoes tends to have smallish angular grey leaves and a pink undertone to the fuzzy flowers. That being said, they are variable and prone to hybridize, so yours may be more or less pink, or have greener leaves. This species likes full sun!


rosy pussytoes

  • Antennaria rosea

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