Virgin's Bower, Old Man's Beard
From the Greek klema meaning "vine branch" and the Latin virginiana meaning "of Virginia".
Blooms from May through August. White flowers with four shall petals and greenish-white sepals.The pistils develop long feathery tips that are quite showy after the petals drop.
|Soil Moisture||Wet Mesic, Mesic|
June, July, August
|Max Height||9 feet|
|Seeds Per Packet||200|
|Seeds Per Ounce||16,000|
Medicinal Uses: Unknown
Herbal Uses: Unknown