Northeast Pollinator Plants
Cerastium tomentosa (Snow-in-Summer)
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Common Name: Snow-in-Summer
Attracts: May attract some pollinators, but most useful as a ground cover under tall pollinator plants.
Use: Ground Cover, Naturlalizing
Light: Full Sun
Hardiness Zone: 3 to 7 USDA Zone Map
Flower Time: June
Flower Color: White
Notes: Short-lived but self-seeding so will persist, low growing, mat-forming perennial, great for ground cover in a dry, sunny location. Will rot in wet, so, really, only in DRY locations. Snow-in-Summer is considered invasive in coastal Mid-Atlantic!
Introduced to New England, parts of the Mid-Atlantic and West US. Native to SE Europe, Go Botany North America Distribution Map