Meadowsweet (Spiraea alba)
Although often mistaken for a wildflower, meadowsweet is technically a shrub! The white fuzzy flowers are a pollinator favorite and the stems take on more woody properties as the plant ages. Ethnobotany records reveal the plant has a rich history being as a green and in teas, but we haven’t had the pleasure of trying it yet and are waiting for our own plants to mature! Will update in a season or two with our personal experience!
These plants are plug sized and do not come in a pot and will not be at our farm stand unless by request! If you are interested but do not want to order online, please call/text, or contact through social media and we’ll make sure some are out there.
Edible, Medicinal, Pollinator Favorites
August, July, September
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Trees, Shrubs, and Vines