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.
2-3 foot Tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 6a-9a
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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