Rose Vervain (Glandularia canadensis)
How beautiful are these rose vervain clusters! This ground cover species of verbena had the butterflies buzzing on a hot late winter afternoon in Southern Texas next to the Rio Grande in the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge! Rose vervain is native to the Eastern and South-Central parts of the United States where it can tolerate dry conditions with a lot of heat.
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- Contained in galleries
- Verbenaceae (Verbena and Vervain Family), Pink Wildflowers