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Triadenum virginicum

Marsh St. Johns wort

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  • Great fall color!

Triadenum virginicum, Marsh St. John's wort . The autumn bog glows when stem and leaf edges turn crimson-purple in fall.  A pink flower makes this St. John's wort different from the traditional yellow.  Opposite leaves with red veins on their undersides float under small terminal flower clusters August-early September  6" - 1 1/2"   with slender stems.   Rhizomatous.