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An excellent, sturdy perennial with deep-green, boldly veined leaves on short stalks, and showy long-lived flowers. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Larval host to Baltimore Checkerspot butterflies. Late summer-fall blooming, hooded flowers are white, borne in short, upright, terminal spikes. Uniquely shaped tubular flowers resemble turtle heads, with a sparse yellow beard inside each lower lip. Grows 1 to 3 feet tall. Found in moist swampy spots, it’s perfect for damp or poorly drained soil, and works well next to a pond, downspout, or in a rain garden. With adequate moisture it will also perform well in the garden.
1 pint pot