A wide variety of butterflies and songbirds are attracted to summersweet clethra for its nectar and seeds. Native to the eastern United States, it has lustrous green leaves in the spring, spiky white or pink fragrant flowers during the summer, golden yellow leaves in the fall, and interesting, delicate dried seed capsules in winter to provide exceptional four-season interest.
Zone: 4 - 9 - Height: 3 - 6’ - Exposure: Sun to part shade
Blooms: July - August. Fragrance: Yes - Wildflower of the year 2015