Tall Hairy Agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala)

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Location: Roberta GeorgiaDate: Augustbloom closeup
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Location: Roberta GeorgiaDate: Augustrosette
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Location: Roberta GeorgiaDate: Augustseed heads
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Location: Roberta GeorgiaDate: Augustbloom stalk
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Photo courtesy of: Tom Potterfield
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Posted by stone (near Macon Georgia (USA) - Zone 8a) on Aug 19, 2013 6:52 AM

The rosette in winter resembles wood betony. Unfortunately, the blooms are not as showy.
I have specimens growing in the shade garden and in the meadow. This agrimony does not seem fussy about light.
Said to be a butterfly host, but I haven't noticed caterpillars yet.

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