Gratiola neglecta Torr.  
Family: Plantaginaceae
clammy hedge-hyssop
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Robert W. Freckmann  
Etymology: Gratiola: from gratia for "grace" or "favor" referring to its supposed medicinal properties
Plants: erect, annual, 4"-12" tall forb
Leaves: opposite, widest near or above the middle then toward the base
Flowers: white to yellowish, 5-parted, 1/3" long, irregular shaped, upper lobes nearly united at the top and hairy at the base, lower lobes rounded, 2 stamens; solitary from the leaf axils; blooms May-Oct.
Fruits: capsule
Habitat: wet; streambanks; in muddy soil
Conservation Status: Native
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Arthur Meeks  
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Steve C. Garske  
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Arthur Meeks  
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Steve C. Garske  
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