Scrophularia fimbriata



Valued for its ease in attracting native bees and predatory insects, figwort’s tiny greenish-red tubular flowers almost drip with nectar in summer. Multi-branched stems have deep green leaves that hold seed pods in fall.

Right at home in the dappled shade of woodland gardens where its airy habit is so charming. Multiple medicinal uses for Native Americans.

Part shade. Height 5′ plus. Spread 3′ plus. Deer resistant. Zones 4-7. Native.

3.5″ pot

20 in stock