Mitella diphylla / Miterwort


A slender and diminutive forest wildflower with a spike of beautiful little blooms. In a mass, miterwort makes a beautiful flowering accent for the shade garden. Up close, the blooms look like snowflakes. Typically found in moist seeps and stream margins.

Plant with sedges and low wildflowers.

Height: <1′    Blooms: May

Siting: Average to moist, part shade to shade

Deer Resistance: Low

Provenance: NJ


BONAP 2022 Mitella diphylla Native Range Map

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