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Blue-eyed-grass (Sisyrinchium langloisii)

Blue-eyed-grass (Sisyrinchium langloisii)

Lobelia puberula - Downy Blue Lobelia - moist, sandy, low woods

Lobelia puberula - Downy Blue Lobelia - moist, sandy, low woods

Filaree - (Erodium cicutarium) AKA redstem filaree, common storksbill, heron's bill, afilaria, pin-weed, pin-grass http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erodium_cicutarium http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/weeds/plants/storksbill.htm

Filaree - (Erodium cicutarium) AKA redstem filaree, common storksbill, heron's bill, afilaria, pin-weed, pin-grass http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erodium_cicutarium http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/weeds/plants/storksbill.htm

Horsenettle (Solanum dimidiatum) is a persistent weed because of its extensive perennial root system. The taproot often reaches 8 feet into the soil. Roots in the upper 18 inches can extend 4 feet horizontally from the main plant. Horsenettle spreads more quickly in cultivated land than in undisturbed areas because tillage distributes pieces of root throughout fields.

Horsenettle (Solanum dimidiatum) is a persistent weed because of its extensive perennial root system. The taproot often reaches 8 feet into the soil. Roots in the upper 18 inches can extend 4 feet horizontally from the main plant. Horsenettle spreads more quickly in cultivated land than in undisturbed areas because tillage distributes pieces of root throughout fields.

Looking for some blue plants for containers in the shade? This list of plants with beautiful blue flowers will help you find some you're sure to love!

10 Best Blue Plants For Containers In The Shade

Looking for some blue plants for containers in the shade? This list of plants with beautiful blue flowers will help you find some you're sure to love!

Mirabilis multiflora (Desert four o’clock). Blue-green leaves; wide spreading mounded habit; trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow stamens open late morning; well-drained soils. 12-30”  Sun to part shade

Mirabilis multiflora (Desert four o’clock). Blue-green leaves; wide spreading mounded habit; trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow stamens open late morning; well-drained soils. 12-30” Sun to part shade

Erect Dayflower (Commelina erecta)

Erect Dayflower (Commelina erecta)

Texas Bull-nettle. A neat looking plant, but don't touch! Those needles are painful. (Cnidoscolus texanus)

Texas Bull-nettle. A neat looking plant, but don't touch! Those needles are painful. (Cnidoscolus texanus)

Florida Native Plant Society Blog: Florida's Native Shamrocks

Florida Native Plant Society Blog: Florida's Native Shamrocks

Western Ironweed (Vernonia baldwinii).

Western Ironweed (Vernonia baldwinii).

Prairie Fleabane (Erigeron strigosus)

Prairie Fleabane (Erigeron strigosus)

Field Clover (Trifolium campestre)

Field Clover (Trifolium campestre)