Common Name: Hammock snakeroot
Latin Name: Ageratina jucunda
Habit: A perennial wildflower that grows to a height of 2 feet.
Leaves: Opposite, triangular in shape with toothed margins.
Flowers: Beautiful white flowers that appear late fall and winter.
Habitat: It occurs naturally in pinelands and open hammocks.
Landscape: It grows in partial shade with dry to average soil moisture
Range: It is native to Florida and a small portion of south Georgia.
It grows in zones 8b to 11.
Wildlife use: Bees and butterflies use the flowers as a nectar source.
If you’d like to grow these lovely little wildflowers I have seeds available at my Ebay store.