This plant is easy to grow in the proper moist conditions. However, all species, with the exception of A. triplenervis send out stolons that can overrun the garden.
1 to 3 feet
(Anaphalis triplinervis) var. intermedia (also called A. nepalensis) is generally less than 1 foot tall.
1 to 2 feet
(Anaphalis triplinervis) var. intermedia (also called A. nepalensis) has a spread of only about 6 inches.
- late summer
- early fall
The plant's true flowers, which typically are yellow, are not its primary souce of interest. Rather, the plants are prized for their pearly white floral bracts.
- cushion, mound or clump
The upright plants form cushions of foliage with time.
Shape in flower:
flower stalks with upright spikes
The blooms are borne in small- to medium-sized clusters rising above the foliage.