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The one above is Liatris pycnostachya. Its buds and flowers were still a long way off—this is a fall-blooming species—but look at the developmental patterns in this earlier stage. Below you see a lead plant, Amorpha canescens. These pictures are from a June 4th visit to the Diamond Grove Prairie in southwest Missouri with Scott […]

via Two more native plants from southwest Missouri — Portraits of Wildflowers

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