Meadowsweet (Spiraea alba)
Meadowsweet is technically a shrub, but often is mistaken for a wildflower. Big clusters of white flowers appear almost fuzzy due to the long stamens and are frequently buzzed by pollinators. The stems grow upright and become woody with age.
Sun Exposure - Full, Partial
Soil Moisture - Wet, Medium-Wet
Height - 4 feet
Bloom Time - July, August, September
Bloom Color - White
Photo courtesy of Prairie Moon Nursery.