Agrimonia striata

Agrimonia striata

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Agrimony Category:

Description

Key Information:

Soil: Mesic (Medium)
Sun: Sun – Part Shade (Tolerates shade)
Height: 1-6 feet
Bloom Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: June – September

More detail:

Suggested Uses: Agrimony is a shade-tolerant plant in the rose family that grows well in dry to moist woodlands, shores and thickets. A good plant for restoration. It is an early successional plant that does well in poor soil.

Range: U.S.: Native to scattered areas throughout the Midwest, New England and the Southwest. Minnesota: Native throughout most of Minnesota.

Pollinators: Bees and flies.

Flowers: The 1/4″ flowers have 5 sepals, 5 petals, several stamens, and 2 pistils. They bloom on a wand-like cluster above the leaves and produce top-shaped seeds with little hooks that stick to your clothing.

Leaves: The compound leaves are divided into 2-4″ leaflets. The leaflets are coarsely toothed, many veined, with tiny leaflets between larger leaves.

Interesting Facts:

Very similar in resemblance to the two other Agrimonia species present in Minnesota. See www.minnesotawildflowers.info for more information.

More information: USDA PLANTS Database profile page

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Weight 2 lbs
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