White flower spikes outlined with orange hairs add a unique color and texture to a garden. Culver’s Root can handle shadier gardens and moist soil, making it a valuable flower for hard-to-grow areas.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade, Shade
Moisture: Medium-Wet, Medium-Dry
Height: 5 feet
Blooms: June, July, Aug, Sept
Benefits: Butterflies, Pollinators
Culver’s Root looks fantastic when planted in drifts near the middle of a rain garden or wet shade garden, providing a backdrop for red flowers such as Cardinal Flower or Marsh Milkweed or a foreground for taller pink flowers such as Blazing Stars or Sweet Joe Pye Weed.