Botanical Name: Lysimachia borealis syn. Trientalis borealis
Height: 15 cm.
Bloom Time: June
Growing Conditions: Woodland. Moist, acidic, preferable sandy soil. Dappled shade and cool summer temperatures. It grows in mixed woods and in deciduous woods.
Wildlife Benefits: Pollen for bees. Chipmunks eat the seeds.
Ottawa Valley or Eastern Ontario Seed source: Yes
Similar Species: Indian Cucumber Root.
Remarks: Delicately pretty white flowers have seven petals. Common in woods of the Ottawa area.