Monday, October 12, 2009

Wetland Plant of the Week #29

Agalinis purpurea

Purple False Foxglove

One of twelve Agalinis species found in Florida, the purple false foxglove has widely spreading branches, lacks axillary fascicles and displays corollas longer than 2cm.

A Facultative Wet species with geographic distribution over the eastern half of North America, Agalinis purpurea can be found in hydric pine flatwoods, bogs and seepage areas.

These were photographed last week near Aucilla Wildlife Management Area in northwest Florida.


  1. I wish I was in Florida last week. It's already below freezing here in upstate NY.

    I'm enjoying your blog. Keep the posts coming.


  2. I'm originally from Ohio - don't miss the winter one bit!

    Glad you like the blog, thanks.

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