It has a habit of growing in a nice compact and attractive formation. It doesn’t so much “spread” as “enlarge”. The foliage is nothing special–not “unattractive” so much as “unremarkable”, but the plant becomes covered (could this be why it is called a “blanket flower”?) with colorful and eye-catching flowers… LOTS of flowers. They look like summer.
Good to Grow – Blanket Flower
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