|Lysimachia x pilophora,
a natural hybrid between Lysimachia clethroides and L.
fortunei, grows in a damp location close to a wetland, extending
rhizomes sideways to propagate. Its form signals that the
hybridizing took place long before; long slender leaves associated
with L. fortunei, while the other's portions beneath the leaf
bases tinge red, which characterize the nature of L. clethroides.
Flowers, white, set themselves in racemes on stem tips. The curving
condition of the racemes is intermediate between the two's. Bloom