Viper’s Bugloss in Big Meadow

Bugloss 3 Spikes

Photo by Sandra

Viper’s Bugloss,  Echium vulgare

This prolific flower is probably a European import and some think it may have been brought here as early as the 1600’s. It is common the mountain areas of the Eastern United States.

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~ by Sandra Lynn Gray on September 16, 2007.

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