Antennaria howellii (Everlasting or Howell's Pussytoes) is a species in the genus Antennaria, native to northern North America from Alaska east to Newfoundland, and south to northern California, Colorado and North Carolina.
It is an evergreen perennial plant. The form is usually basal rosettes, largely clonally propagated. The basal rosette leaves are 2-4 cm long and 6-12 mm broad, light green and spatulate, with a thin arm and a broad tip with a point. They have wooly white undersides. The flowerheads appear in May, on a stem 15–35 cm tall with smaller, slender leaves 1-4 cm long. It is commonly seen growing under pine stands.
There are four subspecies: