Common Name: Yerba Mansa
Type: Perennial herb
Size: 1.5 ft. high, 3-9 ft. wide.
Flowers: White flowers with yellow-tinged cone centers, late winter, spring; fragrant dull green elliptical leaves.
Uses: Areas with more water, ground cover.
Wildlife: (None found.)
Soil: Fertile, preferably moist, but well-drained.
Water: Medium to high.
Sun: Full sun to shade.
Pruning: Can be sheared back in winter when it becomes unsightly.
Pests & Diseases: (None found.)
Notes: Native Americans used all parts of this plant as a disinfectant. Hardy to 25° F.