Looking for an interesting plant that flowers lovely all summer and has a seed pod that looks like a bundle of clams with pearls? How about one that can fold its leaves up if it gets too hot or if you touch too roughly? If any of this sounds up your alley, th ... en this one is for you. In nature, it prefers moist to drained prairies and savannas with sun, but takes to good garden soil like a fish to water. Usually grows to 36 inches but will get bigger and wider if given the space. The leaves are fern(ish) in appearance, so in sunnier spots you can get a woodland kind of look. A truely unique plant.