This 1′ tall native species can spread out 2′-3′. It blooms most of the year attracting butterflies and bees. Birds feed on the seeds. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun. Individual plants are not very long-lived. However, if there is bare ground around them, you will be blessed with a continuous crop of seedlings. Native to the sand-dunes, they are tolerant of salt spray, dry soil, and high calcium soils. We propagated our plants from native populations in Colleton County, SC.
3.5" pot, 1 gallon