About Wild Rattlesnake Master
Outlandish-looking, but native to the tallgrass prairies. Bristly greenish white 1" globes are composed of tiny flowers within pointy bracts.
Long-lasting as a cut or dried flower.
About Rattlesnake Master
Stiff, branching stems are almost leafless above, but with strappy, toothed silvery leaves below. June–September. Self-seeds. Seed from Mower County, Minn.