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image: Slimflower Scurfpea
Photograph from Lewis and Clark Herbarium/Academy of Natural Sciences
Slimflower Scurfpea

Psoralidium tenuiflora



First Noted by Expedition
September 21, 1804, at Big Bend, Missouri River.
 

Description
Blade-shaped leaves on thin, hairy stems. Clusters of flower petals, dark purple on the end closest to the stem, light purple on the outer edges.
 

Habitat
Rocky open glades, prairies, open woods.
 

Range
Much of the central U.S.
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