$4.95 – $8.95
Soil: Hydric(Wet) to Mesic(Medium) Sun: Full to Part Height: 2′-6′ Color: White Blooms: July-August Flowers: The flower head is a long, dense spike of tiny tube-like flowers. The flowers are about 1/4″ long, with 4 petals and 2 stamens that are longer than the petals. Leaves: The 2″-6″ leaves are typically in whorls of 4-5, but sometimes up to 7. They are lance-shaped to linear-oblong and have serrated edges.
This beautiful tall plant has dark green leaves that whorl around the stem. The spires of white flowers are striking! This is an excellent plant for use in a large rain garden! An excellent choice for back of the border.
Medicinal Uses: Used by settlers to treat a wide variety of ailments. The root is toxic and the sap is a laxative. Other Uses: Butterflies Other Info: The flowers are very attractive to bees. Name: Named after a Dr. Culver who used it to cure many ills. Other Names: