Plants By Type
Solitary Pussytoes is a beautiful smaller plant that has small flowers when they are in blooming during April and May. They grow great when planted in gardens that have dry soil conditions but may still need to be watered but not saturated. They love being in full shade and also can do well in partial sunlight. They grow to be around four to five inches tall and works great as a groundcover for natural areas. They are also known as Antennaria Solitaria and grows good in climate zones six through eight. This perennial is very low maintenance and can grow just about anywhere it is planted.