This species is planned to be ready by July.
Monkey Flower is typically found in prairies and savannas that are prone to flooding. Reaching about two feet high, its distinctive violet flowers with their open corollas supposedly resemble a monkey’s face and bloom all summer atop clean green squared stems. One of the host species for the buckeye butterfly.
- Sun Exposure Prairie/Savanna
- Soil Conditions Wet-Wet Mesic
- Height 2'
- Flower Color violet
- Flower Time June-September
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