Seldom seen in American gardens, this prairie native is ideally adapted to growing in our Wisconsin soils and climate. It develops
a strong root system, extending to 15' under the soil, that allows it to tolerate drought once established.
Leadplant grows 12"-36" and bears purple flowers in early to mid summer. Its compound leaves are covered in fine white hairs that give it a silvery grey appearance.
Full Sun to Light Shade