These tall, showy wildflowers bloom in summer and early fall. Look for the yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers.
Flower Type: Irregular flowers with 5 petals fused into long, slender trumpets arranged in a spike with small leaves on the top of the plant (raceme)
Flower Color: Purplish
Leaf Arrangement: Opposite
Plant Type: Wildflower (Tall - 3-6 feet)
Leaf Type: Lance-shaped and toothed
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