One could sell tickets to the incredible Summer pollination show that occurs on this durable native Buckwheat. Mobbed by butterflies, bees and many other pollinators too numerous to name here, it’s also an especially important larval food plant for the Acmon Blue and Hairstreak butterflies whose numbers are dwindling due to habitat loss. Attractive 1’ x 2’ compact mound of softly felted blue-grey spoon shaped leaves are topped with a multitude of lovely 1” clusters of delicate pink and white flowers lasting till Fall. An excellent choice for edging, containers and habitat garden and useful for erosion control. Salt and wind tolerant. Deer resistant. Drought tolerant. Provide good drainage and a bit of Summer water in hotter areas.