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Plant Name:

Hoary Vervain

Scientific Name:

Verbena stricta


Hoary Vervain is a perennial herb with spikes of purple flowers and hairy leaves.


Prairie grasslands, meadows, open areas


Hoary Vervain attracts a variety of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. It also provides habitat for small insects and other invertebrates. The plant's strong fragrance and vibrant flowers make it a popular choice for butterfly gardens and prairie restoration projects.

Growing Conditions:

Hoary Vervain prefers well-drained soils and full sun to part shade.


Hoary Vervain has traditional medicinal uses, such as for relieving respiratory and digestive issues.

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Fun Facts:

Hoary Vervain is native to North America and is often found in prairies and open grasslands.

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