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Phacelia purshii

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Boraginaceae
Scientific name  Phacelia purshii
Order  Boraginales
Genus  Phacelia
Rank  Species
Phacelia purshii US Wildflower Miami Mist Purple Scorpionweed Phacelia purshii
Similar  Phacelia bipinnatifida, Phacelia fimbriata, Phacelia parryi, Phacelia argentea, Cuphea viscosissima

Phacelia purshii, common name Miami mist, is a spring flowering annual forb with blue flowers, which is native to eastern and central North America. It is native to the Appalachian Mountains and adjacent regions from Alabama to Pennsylvania, with additional populations in the Tennessee/Ohio Valley, the mid-section of the Mississippi Valley (Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas) and the Great Lakes region (Ohio, Michigan, Ontario, etc.). It grows in floodplain forests and alluvial clearings.

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Phacelia purshii US Wildflower Miami Mist Purple Scorpionweed Phacelia purshii
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Phacelia purshii FilePhacelia purshii Miami Mistjpg Wikimedia Commons
Phacelia purshii Wildflower Miami Mist Phacelia purshii Mon River Trail
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References

Phacelia purshii Wikipedia


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