‘Snow Flurry’ is a prostrate heath aster cultivar that typically grows to 4-6” tall and spreads along the ground to form a dense foliage mat. Small, single asters (to 1/2” diameter) with white rays and yellow centers cover the foliage in a profuse fall bloom (September-October). Distinctive leaves are mostly 1” long or less (some lower leaves to 2.5” long), quite narrow (to 1/4” wide), rigid and linear. The overall appearance of the leaves is heath-like, hence the common name. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. The species is a Missouri native that typically grows in a bushy, somewhat weedy-looking clump to 3’ tall and occurs in open rocky woods, prairies and along roads and railroads.