Sturdy plants with jointed stems and small white or pink flowers. Some kinds tend to get out of hand and need to be controlled.Persicaria virginiana
Native to eastern North America, east Asia. To 2–4 ft. tall, spreading indefinitely by creeping rhizomes. Oval green leaves 3–10 in. long; insignificant flowers. The species is rarely found in gardens.
From northern Iran. To 8–12 in. high, with nearly evergreen foliage. Flowers have yellow sepals ...
Dense, bushy plant to 4 ft. Exceptional purplish pink flowers; profuse bloom. Flowers early, when foli...
This American species grows 40 ft. tall with a rounded crown that may spread 25 ft. has become nearly ...