Published on May 13, 2012 by Casey
A stately plant with airy spikes of ivory-white flowers in summer. Though it can reach 4 to 7 feet tall, it does not need staking.
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Rich woods; Massachusetts to Indiana south to Missouri and Georgia.
Nectar lures pollinating insects. Pollinators such as butterflies brush against reproductive parts of plants moving pollen from one flower to another. This crucial act results in fertilization and seed set assuring food for birds and insects and future generations of plants.
Plan Sub Group
• Medium to Tall Perennials
Soil Moisture Preference
• Beneficial insects
• Late Summer
• Dry Shade
• Drought tolerant