Dalea candida (White prairie clover)


Type: Legume

Area: Prairie

Height:  1′ to 2′

Bloom Months: July, Aug

Color: White

Sun: Full Sun

Moisture: Med – Dry

Soil: Loam, Sand

Host: Colias cesonia (Dogface Sulphur, Southern Dogface)

Attracts/Benefits: Small Butterflies, Skippers, Bees, Honeybees, Bumblebees, Wasps

Photo credit: Prairie Moon Nursery, Sharon Yiesla

32 in stock

SKU: 908 Category:


Description from Possibility Place: White prairie clover has numerous, small white flowers arranged in short, dense spikes. It prefers full sun and dry to moist, well drained soils. This dainty plant grows between 1-3’ tall and blooms June-Sept. White prairie clover is a host plant for Dogface Butterflies.  Plant native White Prairie Clover in the butterfly garden or prairie meadow with other native wildflowers.

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