This member of the Lizard’s Tail family features pretty white flowers with a prominent central cone. The common name – Yerba Mansa – translates to “calming herb,” a nod to the plant’s use in the traditional medicine of northern Mexico and the American Southwest.
|Bloom Time||Spring, Summer|
|Exposure||Full Sun to Shade|
|Where to Plant||Moist Soil or Shallow Water (Up to 3 Inches Deep)|