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Location: Searcy County, Arkansas
Month of Photograph: June
Distribution Map: Lobelia spicata - Distribution Map Spacer
USDA, NRCS. 2012. The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov, 16 January 2012). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC 27401-4901 USA. Spacer Guests can be assured that there is established evidence that this plant has been found in all of the green filled counties of Arkansas. However, the white filled counties should not be interpreted as counties in which this plant does not grow. They should instead be interpreted as counties which lack officially sanction evidence of the plants presence there.

Family: Campanulaceae

Flowers, frontal view

Lobelia spicata - Flowers Frontal View "
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Lobelia spicata - Flowers Frontal View Flowers, frontal view

 

Lobelia spicata - Leaf AdaxialLeaf, adaxial
Lobelia spicata - Leaf CloseLeaf, close
Lobelia spicata - Lower Cauline LeafLower Cauline (Stem) Leaf
Lobelia spicata - StemStem
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Lobelia spicata - Whole PlantWhole Plant
Lobelia spicata - Raceme Raceme
A raceme is an inflorescence (flower cluster) consisting of flowers on short stalks. The bottom flowers of this kind of an inflorescence begins to mature first with the-top most flowers blooming last. That is, the flowers bloom from the bottum up.
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Lobelia spicata - xRaceme
Flower, frontal view close
Lobelia spicata - Flower Frontal View Close

Flower, lateral view
Lobelia spicata - Lateral View