Height: 3-6 inches
Light: Full to part sun; best in full sun
Soil: Moist or dry, well drained
Bloom: Pink, white March-May
Foliage: Semi-evergreen florettes
Landscape: Groundcover, walkway, pollinator or native garden
Fun fact: So named because the flowers bear some resemblance to a cat's paw.
More information and native range here
Pollinator value: Very High. Larval host American Lady and other butterflies; moth larval host; attracts beetles, native bees, wasps, flies, etc.
Excellent and attractive ground cover for sunny and lightly shaded areas. Vigorous and good for covering large areas with delicate spring color and foliage that will last all season and into the colder months.