Lythrum alatum, Winged Loostrife
The Cherokee Nation was reported to take infusions of L. alatum for issues related to the kidneys.
The stunning and understated L. alatum is excellent for prairie restoration or gardens. Butterflies, long-tongued bees, and hummingbirds often visit this wildflower.
Soil Moisture: 1-5 (dry to wet):
60 days cold moist stratification required, light required for germination
Prefers full sun
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