A very easy-to-grow North American native flowering shrub perfect for planting in those low-lying areas in the landscape or garden where the soil tends to stay moist to wet, White Meadowsweet is prized for her very pretty and sweetly fragrant white to soft pink flowers that appear over a very long bloom season from early summer to early fall. The 3 to 4 inch soft and fuzzy looking pyramidal flower clusters sit atop tall stems that rise just above the 3 to 4 feet tall and wide mound of upright stems clothed in narrow green to chartreuse leaves that turn yellow in fall. Butterflies and other beneficial pollinators will thank you for planting this one! Excellent for garden beds and large container gardens. Get all the details below!