Scientific Name: Glandularia bipinnatifida
Common Names: Dakota Mock Vervain, Purple Prairie Verbena
Slender, erect plant, often hard to identify. 1 - 2 1/2 feet tall, small flowers with blue or lavender petals cover the branches in loose clusters. Among the most abundant wildflowers in Texas.
Bloom Color(s): pink, purple
Bloom Width: 2 in. cluster
Bloom Height: 2 in. cluster
Foliage Color(s): Green
Plant Width: 8 - 12 in.
Plant Height: to 8 in.
Bloom Period: March to December
Plant Family: Verbenaceae
Growth Habit: Forb/herb
Sightings: Lake Whitney State Park , Corral Ln. at I-35 S. in Austin, TX , I-35 s. of Little Texas Ln., Austin , Grand Av Pkwy+Picadilly Dr, Pflugerville , Shady Hollow West Nature Preserve , Shady Hollow West Nature Preserve , Shady Hollow West , Bleiblerville, Nelsonville, Industry , San Antonio inside loop 410
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