This member of the Rose family is extremely drought tolerant. The erect, hairy stems, sharply-toothed, compound leaves and clusters of creamy-white flowers add interest to the prairie garden. A good source of nectar for insects. Has been used to control bleeding and to cure diarrhea.
Height: 2-3 Feet
Blooms: June o August
Bloom Colour: White
Light: Full Sun
Soil: Dry to Moist, Sandy/Gravel Soil
Habitat: Prairies, Dry Meadows & Sandy Hills