Itea virginica, the Virginia sweetspire or Virginia willow, is a species of flowering plant in the family Iteaceae (formerly Saxifragaceae), native to the southern United States and particularly associated with Virginia.

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  • Itea virginica, the Virginia sweetspire or Virginia willow, is a species of flowering plant in the family Iteaceae (formerly Saxifragaceae), native to the southern United States and particularly associated with Virginia. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia Willow, or Virginia sweetspire. Part of the Grossulariaceae family, a species of flowering plant. Native to the southeast United States The Grossulariaceae family is a deciduous shrub species that has flowering plants, the flowers are tiny white drooping racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist, humusy soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil as it is able to adapt quickly in it's environment. Can form large colonies if untreated and have dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire. Part of the Grossulariaceae family, a species of flowering plant. Native to the southeast United States The Grossulariaceae family is is composed of deciduous shrub species. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist, humusy soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil as it is able to adapt quickly in its environment. Virginia sweetspire can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is small North American flowering shrub of low woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Grossulariaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Virginia willow is used in horticulture can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is small North American flowering shrub of low woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Virginia willow is used in horticulture can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub of low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, Itea will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub of low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, the species will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub that grows in low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, the species will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, commonly known as Virginia willow or Virginia sweetspire, is a small North American flowering shrub that grows in low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, the species will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
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  • Itea virginica, the Virginia sweetspire or Virginia willow, is a species of flowering plant in the family Iteaceae (formerly Saxifragaceae), native to the southern United States and particularly associated with Virginia. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia Willow, or Virginia sweetspire. Part of the Grossulariaceae family, a species of flowering plant. Native to the southeast United States The Grossulariaceae family is a deciduous shrub species that has flowering plants, the flowers are tiny white drooping racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist, humusy soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil as it is able to adapt quickly in it's environment. Can form large colonies if untreated and have dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire. Part of the Grossulariaceae family, a species of flowering plant. Native to the southeast United States The Grossulariaceae family is is composed of deciduous shrub species. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist, humusy soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil as it is able to adapt quickly in its environment. Virginia sweetspire can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is small North American flowering shrub of low woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Grossulariaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Virginia willow is used in horticulture can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is small North American flowering shrub of low woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Known to bloom in late spring to early summer. Prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Virginia willow is used in horticulture can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub harder to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub of low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, Itea will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub of low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, the species will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, the Virginia willow, or Virginia sweetspire is a small North American flowering shrub that grows in low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. Depending on location, the species will bloom in late spring to early summer. It prefers moist rich soil, but it can tolerate a wide range of soil types. When Virginia willow is used in horticulture it can form large colonies and may form dense root suckers, making the shrub hard to remove. (en)
  • Itea virginica, commonly known as Virginia willow or Virginia sweetspire, is a small North American flowering shrub that grows in low-lying woods and wetland margins. Virginia willow is a member of the Iteaceae family, and native to the southeast United States. Itea virginica has small flowers on pendulous racemes. (en)
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