Pale Indain Plantain Characteristics
Pale Indian Plantain are tall wildflowers with clusters of flat topped white flowers. They are often found in damp woodland areas. The soils should never be allowed to dry out. These perennials propagate easily and can self-seed frequently. It may take a few years for plants grown from seeds to flower. Cutting back the stems after flowering may result in more flower buds and a prolonged flowering season.
The are few serious disease or insect issues that plague Pale Indian Plantain.