Southern native perennial wildflower with rough textured, globular clusters of white flowers atop a branching flower stalk. This plant has a very unique look and is great for accents or mixed meadow plantings. When flowers are absent, they may go unnoticed in the dense vegetation and during flowering time it’s anything but inconspicuous. Very attractive to pollinators.
Hardiness Zone: 3-8
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Mature Growth: 2-3½ feet high
Soil: Moist to mesic – pinelands, dry to wet Flatwoods, open woods, bogs, and floodplains.
Tolerate: Drought, Erosion, Clay Soil, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil
Blooms: June – September
Wildlife: Nectar-insects, Nectar-butterflies, Nectar-bees
Larval Host Plant for: Eastern Black Swallowtail (Texas region)