These tall, showy wildflowers bloom in late spring through early summer. Look for the light purple flower with whitish lips and the hairy stem.
Flower Type: Irregular flowers fused into long, slender trumpets arranged in a cluster on the top of the plant
Flower Color: Purple with white lips
Leaf Arrangement: Opposite
Plant Type: Wildflower (Tall - 1-4 feet)
Leaf Type: Lance-shaped and toothed
Stem: Hairy (whitish hairs)
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