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Narrowleaf Mountain-Trumpet
(Collomia)

Collomia linearis



First Noted by Expedition
April 17, 1806, at The Dalles, Oregon.
 

Description
A phloxlike annual with small, lilac to white, tubular flowers and narrow, lance-shaped alternate leaves. Several flowers occur in the axils of the crowded upper leaves, forming a dense, headlike cluster. Height: 4-16 in (10.1-40.6 cm).
 

Habitat
Dry, open woods; dry to mesic, sandy or gravelly prairies.
 

Range
New Brunswick and Gaspe, Quebec to British Columbia, southwest to Wisconsin, Nebraska, New Mexico, and California; widely naturalized elsewhere.
 

Note
Species information from enature.com
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