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Hairy Leafcup,  Bear's Foot - Smallanthus uvedalia

Hairy Leafcup, Bear's Foot - Smallanthus uvedalia

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Bearpaw, also known as Hairy Leafcup or Smallanthus uvedalia, is a charming native perennial prized for its unique foliage and cheerful yellow flowers. With its robust growth habit and ecological benefits, Bearpaw is a valuable addition to any garden or landscape.

Growing Conditions:

- Thrives in moist to mesic soil with good drainage.

- Prefers full sun to partial shade for optimal growth and flowering.

- Hardy in USDA zones 4-9, making it adaptable to a variety of climates.

- Requires regular watering, especially during dry spells, but is tolerant of occasional drought once established.


- Deadhead spent flowers to promote prolonged blooming and prevent self-seeding.

- Cut back stems in late fall or early spring to rejuvenate the plant and maintain a tidy appearance.

- Divide clumps every 2-3 years to prevent overcrowding and maintain vigor.

- Mulch around the base of the plant to conserve moisture and suppress weeds.

Wildlife Attraction:

- The nectar-rich flowers of Bearpaw attract a variety of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hoverflies.

- Provides habitat and food for various species of butterflies and moths during their larval stage.

- The seeds are a food source for birds, adding to the plant's value in supporting wildlife.

- Enhances biodiversity in the garden by attracting a range of pollinators and beneficial insects.

Add a touch of charm and ecological value to your garden with Bearpaw – a native perennial that's both ornamental and beneficial to wildlife.

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