Hieracium venosum / Rattlesnakeweed


The low, highly patterned foliage of rattlesnake weed is well-adapted for the dry, rocky habitats this wildflower calls home. Occurs on thin soils, often near exposed bedrock, under open canopies. Small, yellow, many-rayed blooms. Best used in rock gardens and other dry, gravelly areas.

Height: <1′        Blooms: May, June, July, August, September

Siting: Average to dry soil, part sun to part shade

Deer Resistance: High

Provenance: NJ/PA


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Quart, Cube, Three inch pot, Quart