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Sun: Part shade to shade

Moisture: Medium to medium dry

Height: 2'-4'

Bloom Time: July-August

Bloom Color: Foamy white

Genotypes: Superior Township.

Moist woodland paths is where you encounter this plant, a vigorous large-leaved plant with white plumes of flowers that are usually covered with pollinators! (One of the "pull up a chair" plants, terrific for photographers!). It's a host plant to a range of insects. Wood nettle has stinging hairs on its leaves and stems. Makes a nice leafy understory layer in your woodland area, providing habitat for wildlife.



Laportea canadensis (Wood Nettle)

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