The large, feathery clusters of small white flowers and the foliage remind one of Astilbes. A taller plant that will be best appreciated towards the back or middle of a flower bed. Leaves turn yellow in autumn to leave a last splash of color for the year.
Try planting with forest species such as celandine poppy, wild sweet william, or jacob's ladder. Add some oak sedge for texture.
Uses: attracts pollinators, specimen plant for woodland plantings, perennial
Bloom time: June
Height: 3 to 4 feet
Space: 1.5 to 2 feet
Light: Sun to shade
Moisture: Average to moist