Small white flowers dot the wand-like 4 to 12” flower spikes from July through October, persistent pale beaked seeds stick on the stem into the fall (‘jumping’ far & wide if you try to collect them!), broad downy leaves up to 6” long often with decorative ‘thumb print’ on the leaves, overall effect is very attractive - both soft from the leaf texture & airy from the flower wands, found in rich moist woods, clay tolerant.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-10b
Other names: Virginia Knotweed (formerly Tovara virginiana)
Native Range: e .NE, se. MN, s. ON, w. NH south to e. TX & n. FL
Germination - Easy: Cold Stratify 6 weeks
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