Antennaria plantaginifolia / Plantainleaf Pussytoes


Plantainleaf pussytoes is a low groundcover of dry, well-drained soil. Typically, found in open woods, edges, and on rocky ground. Its foliage is covered in white hairs that gives it a silvery cast. Deer-resistant.

Host plant for the American Lady butterfly.

Height: <6″      Blooms: April, May

Siting: Well-drained, sun to part sun

Deer Resistance: High

Provenance: NJ


BONAP 2022 Antennaria plantaginifolia Native Range Map

Larval Host Plant (butterflies):
American Lady

Additional information


Three inch pot, Quart