|Lobelia spicata||Vervain Family||Verbenaceae|
|June - September||common|
Description: From 8 inches to2 feet tall. I believe this is the narrow leaf vervain note leavea below. Leaves are narrow and lanceolate which taper to a stalk less base. Flowers are small 5 petaled lavender to light blue in color and bloom a few at a time, working there way up the flower spike.
Location: Roadsides, Fields and Thickets
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