Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
River banks and sedgey or prairie-like openings in floodplain forests; sedge meadows and marshes.
The plant is popular in cultivation and plants of fields, an abandoned orchard, railroad embankments, and such places are probably not native there. The species is native mostly south and west of Michigan, occurring only in southernmost Michigan, though well known along the Galien, Huron, and Raisin Rivers, as well as wet prairies, meadows, and marshy areas in SW Michigan.