Tiny clusters of yellow flowers enclosed by white papery bracts (which look like petals) grace this beautiful wildflower in summer. The stems and elongated leaves are smooth and blue-green coloured. This shorter wildflower makes a nice edge for your garden or will look great in front of taller plants. It spreads quickly, so we recommend planting it near other competitive plants. Prefers full sun but will do well in partial shade.
Drought and salt tolerant perennial flower that can tolerate poor soil conditions. Highly attractive for bees and butterflies because of its very showy pearly-white and yellow blooms. Food source for caterpillars of painted lady butterflies. Use for fresh-cut and dry flower arrangements.
Ontario Hardiness Zone: 2 to 7 (Find out your Hardiness Zone here)