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A cluster of pale yellow to white flowers with bright yellow center stand on erect stems   

coated in fine hairs, giving the appearance of a light green color.  

Naturally found along woodland edges, sandy plains, bluffs, & gravely slopes. 

This native has a large tap root. Spreads by fiberous roots extending from taproot.

Also can spread by self-seeding, but is not considered aggressive.

Grows well in mesic-dry soils 1-3 ft tall 

Blooms July-September in full to partial sun 

Deer resistant, tolerant to clay & drought 

Drymocallis arguta - Prairie cinquefoil

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