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Collinsia parviflora

Blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia parviflora)
Collinsia parviflora
Common Names Blue-eyed Mary
Family Figwort or Snapdragon
Flower Color Blue and white
Plant Type Herb
Short Description Very small plant, flowers.
Location McCall
Native Yes
Weed No

Blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia parviflora)
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Small-flowered Blue-eyed Mary is an upright to spreading and lax annual wildflower ranging from 5 to 40 cm in height or length. Tiny blue and white flowers attached to a short, hairy stalks. Each flower has 4 stamens tucked behind a small "secret" middle lobe. Lower two lobes typically protrude more forward than the upper two lobes


For additional information please send an e-mail request to:
Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Clinton.Shock@oregonstate.edu

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