Is antennaria neglecta native to southeast michigan/ann arbor? I'm looking...

Asked June 25, 2019, 3:23 PM EDT

Is antennaria neglecta native to southeast michigan/ann arbor? I'm looking for a very low groundcover which will be next to or maybe between stepping stones for a shady area. Native to the area (washtenaw county or ann arbor) and pollinator friendly a bonus. This might be a good fit? Or do you have recommendations?

Washtenaw County Michigan groundcover antennaria neglecta

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It is listed as a native plant across much of the North American continent. This plant will be fine in rock gardens and around stepping stones as long as there is good drainage. Great for our area since it can tolerate alkaline soils.