Culver's Root Overview
Also called Leptandra virginica and Veronica virginica, this is a wild grassland species of herbaceous perennial. The serrated leaves are lance shaped and arranged alternately in whorls around the stem and the flowers are white and held on spike-like racemes giving the impression of a candelabra.
How to propagate Culver's Root
Other uses of Culver's Root
Grown mainly for the flowers. Suitable for cottage style or prairie-style plantings.