These plants have special markings sometimes on the leaves that look a lot like drops of water. They produce lovely small purple flowers and is a great wildflower plant. They look great in natural areas and can grow to become up to two feet tall. These plants flower in May and June and love being in full and partially shaded areas. They thrive when planted in moist soils that are well drained. These plants are fast growers and supply beautiful green color. They are also known as the Virginia Water-leaf.
When it blooms in snow or rain its look changes. It has a larger size and becomes speckled with aqua leaves. The color of the blooms is blue. But no matter what size it grows it drops 1-3 waterleaf seeds.This plant does have the ability to spread. In the mid spring some types of this plant form giant colonies in the woods. In the middle of the spring it spreads by seeds. This plant grows very easily and long as well. It is often used as a piece of beauty for gardens.