Description: The upper half to third of a singular stem covered with showy, pinkish, lavender to white feathery flowers; the lower stem having many linear leaves, longer at the base, shorter at the upper portion. Attractive to butterflies. Drought tolerant once established in well-drained, sandy soils.
Life Span: Perennial
Light Exposure: Full sun to high pine shade
Bloom Color: Pinkish lavender; rarely white
Bloom Season: Late summer to fall
Height (in bloom): 1 to 4 feet
Habitat: Dry - pinelands, disturbed areas