Ozomelis stauropetala (Smallflower Miterwort) syn. Mitella stauropetala

Family:  Saxifragaceae
Zone: 6 - 9
Natural Range: Pacific Northwest
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich
Light: Shade, part shade
Height: 18" - 24"
Attracts:  NA
Attributes:  Deciduous.  Rosette of palmately lobed leaves on spreading rhizomes.  Tall leafless stems with up to 35 white flowers with deep pinkish frills and buds.
Notes:Elegant and graceful flower stems. Mostly found east of the Cascades, growing in moist, dense forest. Thanks to our friend Alex Wright who introduced us to this gem.

Pot Size:  4" Band Pot