A species native of North Carolina, USA and introduced in 1812.
Native to mountain woodlands from Virginia to Georgia and Kentucky.

Originally named A. decandra by Don

Very primitive looking flower spike and not very ornamental.
A plant for the wild garden

Very Tall – greater than 1m

Mid-season – 16th-31st July

colour Yellowish white
shape Rhomboidal
density Loose
density of flowers Loose
Colour Mid-green
Nodes Colour Green
Surface Matt