Snakeherb Scientific Name: Dyschoriste linearis NOTE: No shipping / pickup only
Characteristics: This native perennial groundcover has delicate, hairy leaves and lovely petite, purple flowers that attract butterflies, not snakes. Drought-tough and requires little water after establishment. Heat tolerant. Snake herb does spread a bit, making it great for areas in the garden that you may be leaving a little more natural.
Flower: Pale lavender to purple (bisexual)
Planting / Care: Full sun to shade. Prefers dry soils - well-drained sand, loam, clay, limestone.; upright stems, blooms mainly in spring but on/off through fall after rain; no pruning required.