Anaphalis margaritacea< Back
Clusters of round flower heads covered in pearly-white bracts. Blooms start in July, then preserve as a dried flower. Woolly, green-grey foliage on stems, 1 – 3 ‘ tall. Full sun – part shade. Attracts butterflies and other beneficial insects. Drought and poor soil tolerant. Northeastern U.S. native. Zone 3.