Similar to the last, but more hoary in stem and leaves. Flowers, pale yellow, clustered in corymbs at the end of the stem. Secondary flowers very small, without petals, clustered in the leaf - axils, producing dark-brown pods, often found growing with the last in sandy soil with same range. First flowers appearing in June and July.
The frost flowers are not seen upon this species.
H. corymbosum. - This is a species peculiar to the New Jersey barrens and southward along the coast. The flowers of both kinds are produced together in clusters at the summit of the stem, the petal-bearing ones small, at length becoming prominent by standing out on long, slender pedicels. 6 to 12 inches high.
Very white and woolly.