|Also known as:||Hoary Verbena|
|Habitat:||sun; dry; fields, prairies, along roads|
|Bloom season:||June - September|
|Plant height:||1 to 3 feet|
|USDA PLANTS database:||Minnesota county distribution map|
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Coarsely toothed leaves 2 to 3 inches long covered with dense hairs, generally oval and pointed on both ends; opposite attachment at the stem with no leaf stem. The main stem is square and may be a reddish color. Leaf color may be yellowish green.
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Photos taken at Long Lake Regional Park, New Brighton, MN, and Wild River State Park, Center City, MN June-July 2006, July 2007, July 2008
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