This charming woodland wildflower produces delicate white ½” flowers on tall stems from May through October, 3 to 4” divided basal leaves are semi-evergreen & attractive, smaller leaves continue up the flowering stalk, nice groundcover, spreads easily by seed, provides nectar & pollen for insects (including butterflies, beetles & bees).
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Native Range: NS, QC, ON, MT south to the GA mountains & e. TX
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 4 to 6 weeks or plant outside in early spring
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