Habitat: Grows best in full sun to full shade in moist areas.
Foliage: Sharply toothed green leaves.
Flowers: Showy, airy, feathery, creamy white flower plumed at the ends of long, arching stems bloom May to June.
Natural Habitat: West of the Cascades in moist woods and meadows throughout areas of North America; prefers partial shade and consistent moisture.
Why is it good for my garden? This showy flower look good through winter in its flower seed state. Goat’s Beard is ideal on the edge of the forest or thicket and is a great companion for ferns and other lower ground cover plants. This perennial attracts butterflies.
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