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Regions 2,3,4,5 - Dry-Med
Appalachian Beardtongue is a 2' to 3' tall native perennial flowering in late spring and early summer. This plant features opposite leaves and panicles of white to soft lavender tubular flowers with 5 spreading lobes. Appalachian Beardtongue grows best in dry to medium moisture soils in full sun sites. It has a native distribution over most of the eastern US and is usually found on roadsides, grasslands, and open woodlands. It is easily established from seed and is a garden and landscaping favorite. Due to its striking appearance and long flowering period. A good pollinator plant that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.