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Wildflowers
by common name

Meadow-rue
Meadow-rue
Thalictrum polygamum

This wildflower is common in swampy areas and along stream banks. It prefers partial shade but will grow in full sun providing the soil doesn't get too dry.

Requirements:

Soil Type - well drained
Soil pH - Neutral
Water - Moist
Light - Full sun to Partial shade

Characteristics:

Height - 3 to 8 ft
Time of Bloom - July
Flower colors - White
Propagation - Division, seed
Transplants - Easily

June 26, 2008
Found along the Grasse River just downstream of Morley, St. Lawrence County, NY

Meadow-rue Flowers