Blue Vervain ( Verbena hastata )
Type: Perennial, Wildflower, Herb
Growing conditions: Full sun; Moist soils;
Description: Blue Flowers; 24-48"
Has deep blue flowers in spikes that bloom from July to September.
Perennial. Blue Vervain is a common wild-growing plant in the eastern and central parts of the United States. A similar member of the verbena family, V. officinalis, grows in Europe. Blue Vervain
Location: Geauga County, Ohio
Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ-28
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