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Regions 2,3,4,5 - Dry-Wet
Roundleaf Thoroughwort is a 1' to 3' tall native perennial with a native distribution covering nearly all of the eastern US; however, it is listed as endangered in most of the northeastern states. This plant features paired broadly ovate leaves and a terminal branching structure producing a broad showy flat-topped inflorescence consisting of clusters of small white disc flowers. There are varieties of this plant that are very difficult to distinguish apart. Roundleaf thoroughwort prefers dry to medium moisture soils in full sun sites. This plant is easy to establish. In the garden it works well as a background plant, but in some ideal sites it may become aggressive. It is well suited for inclusion in native plant gardens, wildflower meadows, and grassland/savannah restoration plantings.
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