SHAGGY HEDGEHYSSOP (Gratiola pilosa)

WHAT FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT IS BLOOMING TODAY?: SHAGGY HEDGEHYSSOP (Gratiola spp. likely pilosa)

low growing; moist to wet.

http://www.cumauriceriver.org/botany/grpi.html

Learn: http://eppcapp.ky.gov/nprareplants/details.aspx?species=Gratiola+pilosa

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2 comments
  1. Loret said:

    would be a pleasure to provide the image for this worry project. Good luck with it. I willl email you the originals.

  2. Linda Chafin said:

    Hi, I am writing a field guide to the wildflowers of Georgia and am looking for a photo of Gratiola pilosa to include in the guide. I wonder if you would be willing to donate the image on your website to this project? The guide will be published by the University of GA Press in 2016 and all proceeds from its sale will be used to benefit the Plant Conservation Program at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens. Your photo would of course be credited to you and you would retain all rights to it. We would be most grateful for your help. Thanks for considering, Linda Chafin

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