I have been reading about Figwart, Scrophularia spp. I don't believe I have heard much about this native, but it's supposed to be a great nectar producer with a sugar content of 18-32%. This species is native to all of North America. Is anyone familiar with this? It might be one of those "weeds" that are easy to overlook?
An added bonus: SCROPHULARIA MARILANDICA/late Figwart is supposed to bloom July, August, Sept., and October. Beekeepers are always looking for those late summer/fall nectar producers.