Catsfoot (Antennaria dioica)
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A good ground cover plant for sunny positions. Rather slow to spread, however, and it requires weeding for at least the first year. Plants form a carpet and root as they spread.
Parts used: arial fuzzy catfoot that can be mistaken for flowers before flowering. (after it flowers you will clearly see the difference – the flower stamens and petals extend from these fuzzy paws)
Forage in early spring before it flowers, Dries easily for year round use as tea.
Cultivation & Habitat
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