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This mystery plant is a perennial herb, blooming from October well into December.  “Pine-barrens gentian,” Gentiana autumnalis Courtesy of Will Stuart.

This mystery plant is a perennial herb, blooming from October well into December. “Pine-barrens gentian,” Gentiana autumnalis Courtesy of Will Stuart.

Jewelweed is rarely found growing in Georgia backyards, in spite of the fact that Impatiens capensis is one of our most beautiful native plants, is a great source of nectar eaten by hummingbirds and other nectar feeders, and has long been valued for its purported medicinal properties. More often than not, jewelweed is relegated to putting its roots down in roadside ditches and other wet, disturbed sites. Jewelweed. By Terry W. Johnson

Jewelweed is rarely found growing in Georgia backyards, in spite of the fact that Impatiens capensis is one of our most beautiful native plants, is a great source of nectar eaten by hummingbirds and other nectar feeders, and has long been valued for its purported medicinal properties. More often than not, jewelweed is relegated to putting its roots down in roadside ditches and other wet, disturbed sites. Jewelweed. By Terry W. Johnson

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