Pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritaceae): True to its name, pearly everlasting’s papery white blooms appear in late summer but last for weeks, and can be easily dried for indoor display. It enjoys full sun and a moist soil early in the season, but tolerates later summer drought. Plant it with Douglas aster and Canada goldenrod for a late summer display and pollinator feast. Height about 2 feet. Deer resistant. Perennial. $4 for a 4” pot.