Phonetic: ver-on-ee-KAS-trum vir-JIN-ih-kum
Culver's Root makes a strong statement in the garden. The tall unbranched stems are surrounded with whorls of deep green leaves and topped with elegant spires of white flowers, blooming for several weeks in midsummer. Bees love this popular plant! Mature plants can reach heights of six feet and form a large clump with multiple stems.
- Hardiness: 3 - 8
- Native Northeast Region: USDA Database
- Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun
- Flower Color: White
- Bloom Time: June, July, August
- Soil Type: Moist to Medium Dry
- Mature Plant Size: H 4' - 7', W 2' - 4'
- Plant Spacing: 2'
- Attracts: Butterflies, bees
- Advantages: Tolerates brief drought and various soil types, deer resistant, attractive foliage, long blooming,
- Landscape Uses: Meadows, Prairies, borders, cottage garden, butterfly garden, perennial border, cut flower, dried flower
- Companion Plants: Big Bluestem, Rose Milkweed, Purple Coneflower, Dense Blazing Star, Anise Hyssop
- Deer Resistant