Up to 6" tall - blooms in summer to fall. Tiny, greenish-yellow, rounded flower heads at the top of the branching stems. Leaves are feathered and give off pineapple smell when crushed.
Flower Type: Tiny flower heads at the ends of branches
Flower Color: Yellow
Leaf Arrangement: Whorled
Plant Type: Wildflower (Low, spreading plant)
Leaf Type: Deeply divided and feathery
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