Fragrant white flower spikes appear in late June. Plant has erect stems that form a mounded plant. Fall color is scarlet and crimson in sun or yellow in shade. Native to eastern U.S. Sun or shade.
ITEA virginica – Virginia Sweetspire
Fragrant white flower spikes appear in late June. The plant has erect stems that form a mounded plant. The fall color is scarlet and crimson in the sun or yellow in the shade. Good naturalization plant for moist or wet areas of the garden. Native to eastern U.S.
Sun: Full Sun/Part Shade
Soil: Adaptable to Wide Range
Size: Height 3-5ft., Spread 3-5ft.
Bloom Time: Late June
Attributes: Fragrant, Showy, Fall Foliage, Heavy Shade Tolerant, Clay Soil Tolerant, Wet Soil Tolerant