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Tarflower Native, Flowering Shrub 100 Seeds Bejaria racemosa USA Company

Tarflower Native, Flowering Shrub 100 Seeds Bejaria racemosa USA Company

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Tarflower is a beautiful flowering shrub in the rhododendron family that is native to the southeastern United States. It grows in sunny, sandy woodlands and shrubby areas in sandy soil. Like many other plants in the rhododendron family, its fruits are small, woody capsules that have very tiny seeds. The seeds are light brown. This is an unusual native plant that is common in the wild but is very rarely grown in gardens.

Bejaria racemosa, commonly known as tarflower, is a flowering shrub native to the southeastern United States, particularly found in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Here are some key characteristics and information about Bejaria racemosa:

Habitat: Tarflower is typically found in pine flatwoods, sandhills, and other well-drained, acidic soils. It thrives in habitats with frequent fires.

Description: It is an evergreen shrub that can reach heights of 3 to 8 feet. The leaves are small, narrow, and arranged alternately along the stems.

Flowers: The plant is known for its attractive flowers, which are usually pink to white in color and are arranged in a raceme (a type of flower cluster). The flowers bloom in late spring to early summer.

Ecological Importance: Bejaria racemosa is ecologically important as it provides nectar for pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. It is also a larval host plant for certain butterflies.


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