Because of its small size and extended blooming season, it makes a wonderful addition to the front of a mixed wildflower planting. Blooming occurs over many months beginning in the spring and sometimes extending until November. The flowers are primarily of interest to bees and other such pollinators. Twinflower is also good in a butterfly garden - not so much for its nectar production, but as a larval food plant for the common buckeye. Twinflower is a low-growing groundcover that can spread rapidly in the understory by underground runners and form near monocultures in open and/or disturbed sites. And, although it will spread, it is not aggressive and usually does not compete well with larger and denser species. It rarely stands taller than 12 inches.
Perennial. 18 Cell Tray. Grown by Wise Hands.
This is a Live Plant. At this time, we are unable to ship live plants, and are for local pick up from St. Pete, Florida only.