Graceful flower spikes lure pollinators
You'll get a kick out of this loosestrife when it produces plentiful flower spikes with a graceful gooseneck shape in mid to late summer. Each 30-45 cm flower head is jam-packed with tiny, starlike, white blooms, giving the plant a wonderfully lush look that pollinators, including butterflies, can't ignore. The flower spikes add interest to bouquets and other floral arrangements. Gooseneck Loosestrife's green foliage turns a glorious orange-red hue in fall, adding another season of beauty to the landscape. This easy-to-grow perennial thrives in sunny gardens and is also suitable for patio containers. Deer tend to avoid it.