Plants By Type
Bishops Cap plants are very pretty and have a very delicate look to them when they are in bloom. They have large green leaves with stems that will hold the small white flowers when they are in bloom. They bloom in April, May and June and love climate zones three through seven. These plants can grow to be as tall as twelve inches high and look great to plant around a building or along a fenced in area. They thrive in moist and well-drained soils and also in the full and partial shade. This wildflower is also referred to as Miterwort and Twoleaf Miterwort.