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Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic
Although Hairy Alumroot’s native* habitat in Virginia is mostly in the southwestern mountains (it is not native to NoVA), its five-inch wide, semi-evergreen leaves and late season flower plumes make it a species worthy of consideration for a woodland garden. There also are many fine cultivars of this species available.
*In the Mid-Atlantic Region, it is not native to DE, PA, or NoVA.
The epithet of this native refers to the type of hairiness on its petioles, peduncles, and calyxes.
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