Dalea candida (White Prairie Clover)

Tiny white flowers in dense cone-like heads on top of tall slender stems, bloom from bottom to top in the summer. Compound, dull green leaves with narrow linear leaflets. Nitrogen-fixing plant. 12-24″ tall x 12-18″ spread. Full Sun.


Zone Zone 3
Exposure Full Sun
Moisture Moderate Moisture
Native to Native

Tiny green-yellow flower surrounded by white bracts and followed by clusters of fruit that turns bright red in late summer. Glossy medium to dark green foliage in false whorls turn red to purple in fall. 6-12″ tall x 6-12″ spread. Part/Full Shade.

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(Magic Fountains Series) Pure white, semi-double florets are packed on sturdy stalks, blooming early to mid-summer. Foliage is dark green and deeply lobed. Upright, clump-forming habit. 2-2.5′ tall x 1.5′ spread. Full Sun.

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