White Lace Flower Care: Growing White Lace Flowers In The Garden
By Teo Spengler
What is white lace flower? It’s an easy-to-grow annual that makes an attractive addition to a backyard. For more white lace flower information, including tips on how to grow white lace flower, the following article will help.
Colors: Yellows, browns, and mixed
Height: 3-16 feet
- Blooms during summer
- Most varieties are drought and heat tolerant
- Attracts bees, birds, and butterflies
- Thrives in full sun
- Tolerates most soil types (except water-logged)
- May require support to prevent breakage
Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa)
Native to eastern North America, black chokeberry is a smallish, suckering shrub that produces clusters of white, small-petaled flowers in May, followed by berries that ripen to black in fall. Leaves turn an attractive purple/red in fall. It is most often used in group or mass plantings, where its suckering tendency is not a problem. This shrub has a good tolerance for wet conditions. It grows 3 to 6 feet tall, with a spread of up to 10 feet.