White Native Wildflower Pictures
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Mountain Mint
Pycnanthemum virginianum
This white blooming plant is an ideal plant for wet areas, but can also tolerate some drier periods. It grows 20"-36" in height and blooms June thru Sept. An aromatic plant that can grow in full sun or light shade.

New Jersey Tea
Ceanothus americaus
This native plant is covered with white clusters of blooms July thru August. It is a hummingbird favorite because of the insects it attracts. Not a fussy plant because it grows in any well drained soil in full sun to light shade. This shrub grows 18"-36" in height.
  Pasque Flower
Anemone patens
This is one of the first wildflowers to bloom in spring sometimes blooming with snow on the ground near by. The plant produces white to pastel-blue flowers and finely-divided delicate leaves which appear after the flowers bloom. Also sometimes call the "Prairie Crocus", this plant grows to a height of 3"-16" in full sun.
  Plantian, Pale Indian
Cacalia atriplicifolia
The Pale Indian Plantain is a very distinctive prairie plant with outstanding foliage. The large ruffled deep blue-green leaves are formed at the base of the plant. As opposite leaves climb the plant they get smaller in size. This white blooming plant reaches a height of 6'-8'. Its white clusters are formed at the top of this plant July thru August. This plant grows best in full sun to light, in moist rich or sandy soils or medium sandy soils.
Pale Indian Plantain

Prairie Clover, White
Petalostemum candidum
Smooth, delicate plants generally less than 2 1/2' tall with white dense cylindrical spikes of flowers 1"-3". This plant requires some moisture and does well in full sun to partial sun. Blooms May thru July. Companion plants could be Purple Prairie Clover (Petalostemum purpureum), Big Bluestem (Andropogon gerardi), Leadplant (Amorpha canescens), and Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis).
  Pussy Toes
Antennaria plantaginifolio


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