Northeast Pollinator Plants
Glycyrrhiza lepidota (Wild Licorice)
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Common Name: Wild Licorice
Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Birds and Deer (will eat the leaves, so if deer-proned, maybe avoid)
Light: Part Shade to Full Shade
Hardiness Zone: 4 to 8 USDA Zone Map
Flower Time: July - August
Flower Color: Creamy White
Height: 1' -3.5'
Notes: Glycyrrhiza lepidota (Wild Licorice), is a pea/bean family plant, suitable for part to full shade areas. It is not the source of licorice candy flavoring, but is super sweet and notoriously raises blood pressure, but great for many wildlife species including our pollinators.
Introduced to parts of the Northeast, native to Midwest, South and West US: Go Botany North America Distribution Map