Compact clumping foliage is nearly evergreen, dominated by basal rosettes underneath dense, dome-shaped white (sometimes pinkish) flower heads borne singly on erect stems. The showy flower structures measure about 1.25″ across and emerge May-June, evoking pincushions.
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