A California native, this perennial shrub requires little maintenance. Low-growing, woolly, gray-green foliage is finely-textured and produces ball-shaped flower clusters in a range of white and pale pink hues. Foliage, flower nectar, and seeds all serve as important sources of nutrition for butterflies, bees, and small birds throughout the year. This species is useful in native gardens and drought-tolerant landscapes.
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Fall, Spring, Summer