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Chimaphila maculata

This delicate woodland native produces nodding white to pink flowers. Stems are semi woody. Flowers appear on stalks in small clusters and typically bloom from Jun-Aug. The mottled leaves are evergreen, so they persist into winter. Unfortunately, it’s listed endangered in some areas. Seeds are difficult to germinate as they need the presence of an appropriate mycorrhizal fungus. Bumblebees are believed to be the primary pollinators.

Sun Exposure


Bloom Time

June to August

Soil Moisture


Plant Height

4-10 Inches