Agalinis tenuifolia - Slender False Foxglove
Annual, hemiparasitic plant growing to about 2 feet tall. Full to partial sun. Medium to dry soils. Prefers silty or sandy soils that are slightly acidic. Showy purple/pink flowers that are primarily pollinated by bees. A range of bees, butterflies and other pollinators visit the flowers for nectar. Bloom period August-October.
Species name: Agalinis tenuifolia
Figwort family: Scrophulariaceae
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