Wild Blue Phlox, John Bryan State Park

The Story:      The Viola sororia is also known as the common blue violet. It’s a woodland perennial common to North America. The Cherokee used the plant to treat colds and headaches. It’s a purple flower that also occupies lawns and gardens.


Sublocation:   John Bryan State Park

City, State:      Yellow Springs, Ohio

Year:                2021

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A patch of Wild Blue Phlox growing on the forest floor next to a fallen tree

While exploring John Bryan State Park this small patch of Wild Blue Phlox (Phlox divaricata) took root next to this fallen log. The species goes by Louisiana Phlox, Blue Woodland Phlox, Sweet William, and Wild Sweet William. They appear as lavender or pink petals with a slight notch.

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