A native groundcover with a taproot, palmate, compound leaves of 5, and yellow, 5 petaled flowers forming in spring. Looks and grows just like the non-native cousin, P. indica, or False Strawberry.
Grows in full- part shade. 3-6” high, rarely reaching 1’ tall. Spreads indefinitely. Can be aggressive under the right conditions. Likes open woods, old fields/meadows in average to dry soil.
✿ Flower time: May-July
Source: PA ecotype
Picking up your order:
Fernwey Native Nursery is an urban homestead located in Elizabethtown, PA. Pickups can be made here at the nursery or at one of the market + events dates and locations listed. Please specify on the checkout page when and where you plan to pick up. Orders placed will not be available for same day pick up. If picking up from the nursery, you will receive an email to schedule your pick up.