Rattlesnake Master is a native North American wildflower that bears a number of differences with blue Sea Holly, with which it is often compared.
Rattlesnake Master is a native North American wildflower that bears a number of differences with blue Sea Holly, with which it is often compared. Rattlesnake Master plants form a single low clump of grassy, yucca-like leaves, with tall stems bearing white flowers that look like small golf balls. These flowers bloom from mid to late summer. Ideally suited for planting in sunny perennial borders, Rattlesnake Master is also suitable for planting in meadows and gravel gardens.
Dry to medium watering
Average Landscape Size:
Growth Height: 4’ to 5’
Growth Width: 2’ to 3’
Summer to early fall
Containers, edging, groundcover, border, erosion control
Rattlesnake Master tolerates moist or dry conditions equally. They grow easily in most types of dry to medium soils with adequate drainage and full sun, although best results are obtained by planting in dry, sandy soils. Although Rattlesnake Master self-seeds in optimum conditions, it is a deep taprooted plant that doesn't handle transplanting well.
Water:Dry to medium watering
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