We are not currently selling this plant, but we are working on offering as a pint in the coming years. Hudsonia is not a plant for the casual, or serious for that mater, plant collector. You will need a site that is similar to its natural habitat to get it to ... grow. Sandy soils in full to part sun will give it the spot it needs to get it a start and once it gets going it can do very well. In nature Hudsonia will form mats of scaly leafed discs that flower in the later spring. We’re listing it as forb but it is a true shrub, only not as most will recognize. The leaves are alternate but very small and don’t really have fall color. It’s the flowers that make this plant interesting, as they are really put bright spots on soil that usually is a bit drab during that time of year.