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Sand Verbana


atai tamre

on 29 March 2012

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Transcript of Sand Verbana

Sand Verbena Names Sand Verbenas grow in the dry, sandy prairies of South Texas. The scientific name is Abronia ameliae.
The Sand Verbena is not actually part of the verbena family. It is in the Four O'Clock Family. It is also known as Amelia's sand verbena, and Heart's delight. The Sand Verbena is 12-18 inches tall and it has... ...a branched, sometimes sprawling, coarse, hairy, gummy stem. The stem is 1/2 - 1 1/4 inch(es) long. One flower stem grows out of each pair of leaves. Each flower has several florets and they are clumped together to make one large flower. Height: 12-18 inches
Color: Usually pink or purple
Habitat: South Texas
Climate: Dry sand, needs little water
Scientific Name:
Type: Dicot
Time it blooms: March-June
1-9 stamens
4-5 lobes
Leaves are opposite each other, 1-2 inche(s) long, 2/3 wide
The End By: Andrea Tager and Alex Imre Abronia ameliae The Sand Verbena is not used as anything that humans find useful in flowers, like medicine. It is just another pretty flower. Sand Verbenas live in the dry, sandy prairies of South Texas.
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