Southern Agrimony – Agrimonia parviflora – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Southern Agrimony, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (09/07/2017.) Scientific name is Agrimonia parviflora. Photo below was taken along the North River Road in Monroe County, TN on Aug 24, 2017. Go to the Southern Agrimony detail page for more information and photos.

Southern Agrimony, Harvest Lice, Swamp Agrimony, Small-flowered Agrimony - Agrimonia parviflora

Southern Agrimony – Agrimonia parviflora

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2 thoughts on “Southern Agrimony – Agrimonia parviflora – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

  1. Ed Schilling

    Note – the scientific name for the agrimony is not Eupatorium rotundifolium, likely an oversight from copy/paste of the previous added species. Unrelated – the Crockford-Pigeon area is wonderful, there are some nice Trillium in the spring, such as large patches of T. decumbens. But there is also a small patch of T. lancifolium in a very unlikely spot, near Blue Hole, do you happen to know the history of that population – did someone plant it?

    1. Gerry Post author

      Thanks, Ed! My impression is that T. lancifolium population near the Blue Hole is natural. I’ve spoken to a couple of folks who have botanized the area for many years, and they didn’t mention anyone planting them.


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