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Plant Name:

Culver's Root

Scientific Name:

Veronicastrum virginicum


Culver's Root is a tall perennial herb with slender spikes of small, white flowers and whorled leaves.


Moist meadows, stream banks, wetlands


Culver's Root attracts various pollinators, including bees and butterflies. The plant is also a host plant for the larvae of some butterfly species.

Growing Conditions:

Culver's Root prefers moist to wet soils and full sun to partial shade.


Culver's Root has been used in traditional medicine for its potential medicinal properties. The plant is also valued for its ornamental qualities in gardens and landscapes.

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Fun Facts:

Culver's Root is also known as "Veronica virginica" or "Virginia speedwell".

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