Eriophyllum lanatum – Common Woolly Sunflower

Published on May 24, 2012 by Casey

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Eriophyllum lanatum
Eriophyllum lanatum

This short, dense perennial features 2″ bright yellow ray flowers above a mound silvery-gray foliage covered with tiny hairs that give this plant its name. Its long summer bloom time attracts a multitude of local pollinators and its sizemakes it perfect for mixing and grouping in a sunny landscape.

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