A relatively common species of wet meadows, producing clusters of small white and purple-spotted flowers along the stem at leaf junctures from June to September. Interesting foliage with very deeply toothed leaves, spreads by rhizomes. Clay tolerant. Nectar source for native bees and butterflies
1-3 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 2a-9b
Native Range: native across continental US excluding NV. Also native across Canada excluding YK, NW, and NU. Rare in FL and GA.
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 10 weeks
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