A dainty little dark-green plant which produces rounded clusters of white flowers from July-October. Leaves are a dark glossy green and softly arrow-shaped. Tolerant of acid soil, grows well in clay/sand/gravel, spreads by seed and short rhizomes, attracts butterflies and other pollinators. Can be found most frequently in clearings among rocky woodlands and slopes, particularly in old growth pine forests.
Native Range: s ME to the upper peninsula of MI, south to ne TX, LA and the FL panhandle. Rare in NJ & MD
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