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Lyreleaf sage is a native Florida wildflower that produces leafless spikes of lavender to bluish, tubular flowers in late winter through late spring. Lyreleaf sage occurs naturally along woodland edges and wetlands. Bees are its predominant pollinator, but it also attracts butterflies and  hummingbirds.

Source: Florida Wildflower Foundation
Clicked at Highlands Hammock State Park

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