As the name suggests, this plant has white flowers. These flowers are tiny and frequently described as inconspicuous. However, a closer look reveals that the flowers are star-shaped and look like tiny white pom-poms when fully open. Native to limestone habitats in South Florida, these plants like full sun to part shade. The plant is host to three native butterflies that are found in our area: Julias, Gulf Fritillaries, and Zebra Longwings.
This is listed as an endangered species by the State of Florida.