Woolly Sunflower

Eriophyllum lanatum
  • Description: Woolly perennial herb with silver, finely dissected leaves. Flowers are like rays of sunshine, 25 – 60cm tall.
  • Habitat: Dry open sites, rocky ridgelines, and coastal bluffs.
  • Pairs with: Stonecrop, farewell-to-spring, camas, kinnikinnick, fool’s onion, crown brodiaea, and bunchgrasses.
  • Fun Fact: Also called woolly sunflower, this drought-tolerant species lights up a dry corner of the garden. They attract many species of butterfly and beneficial insects, and make a great addition to a rock garden.

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