White Native Wildflower Pictures
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  Angelica
Angelica atropurpurea
This fascinating member of the Parsley family has purple-green globes of flowers suspended above its 6'-12' purple stalk. The plant requires some moisture and does well in full sun to partial sun. Blooms May thru July. Companion plants could be Joy Pye Weed (Eupatorium maculateum) and Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata).
  Anemone, Meadow
Anemone canadensisVery common to moist grasslands, wood thickets across the prairies. A plant that reaches a height of 12"-24" blooming with white blossoms May thru July. Meadow anemone spreads from rhizomes and can be aggressive with out competition.
  Anemone, Wood
Anemone quinquefoliaA colony forming native plant that reaches a height of 2"-8". Disappearing by mid-summer, this plants grows on woodland edges, prefers well drained soils in partial shade. Blooms May thru June.

Aster, White Upland
Attracts Birds and Butterflies
Aster ptarmicoides
This white Aster is ideal for landscaping because of its short height, which is from 8" to 24". A native prairie plant that attracts birds and butterflies, it prefers full sun and does well in medium to dry soils. It blooms from June thru Sept.
 

Beardtongue, Foxglove
Penstemon digitalis
Elegant clusters of white flowers decorate this showy plant that grows 2'-3' in height. A sharp odor is produced from the seedheads of this native plant. This plant is native to the midwest and prefers well drained sandy soils in full sun to light shade.

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