Elephantopus carolinianus (Elephants foot)

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Elephantopus carolinianus (Elephants foot)

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Why is it called Elephants foot? Who knows. It has large leaves that in no way look like an elephants foot. But that is the extent of it’s similarity. It does though sport pale blue flowers in August through September. The plant seeds heavily to form a groundcover 8-12 inches tall that is very weed suppressing. It is also quite deer resistant and drought resistant. Preference is for part shade and dry sandy soils though it will actually grow just about anywhere it pleases. Zone 4-9. WV ecotype..

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