These fantastic native is hands-down the best pollinator attractor in the NorthEast. Easy to grow in garden soils ranging from fairly moist to mesic, and full-sun to part-shade. Dozens of pollinator species and beneficial insects swarm the diminutive flowers for about 6 weeks. Interestingly, the flowers are so small that they do not attract large stinging insects so you can walk right through a patch and not get stung. A must-have species for the butterfly garden, meadow planting, and vegetable garden.
Sold as bed-grown bare root plants. Larger than a plug and smaller than a quart. Easy to plant.