ⓘ Alabama skullcap is an erect perennial herb, usually 4.5-6 cm tall, that produces blue and white flowers in an elongated cluster rarely, flanked by 2 lateral cl ..

                                     

ⓘ Alabama skullcap

Alabama skullcap is an erect perennial herb, usually 4.5-6 cm tall, that produces blue and white flowers in an elongated cluster rarely, flanked by 2 lateral clusters. Blooms early June-early July.

It is one of 300-400 members of the Scutellaria genus of flowering plants, commonly known as skullcaps. The skullcap name is because of the resemblance to medieval helmets.

                                     
  • and parts of Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama Plants Profile for Scutellaria glabriuscula Georgia skullcap Plants.usda.gov. Retrieved 8 September
  • Alabama skullcap Scutellaria albida Scutellaria alborosea Lem. Scutellaria alpina L. alpine skullcap Scutellaria altamaha pineland skullcap Scutellaria
  • Lookout Mountain CHCH population of the federally endangered mountain skullcap Scutellaria montana is listed as one of the last ten remaining population
  • river winds its way into Alabama from Tennessee. The Tennessee River Gorge is home to endangered species like the mountain skullcap Many archaeological sites
  • species such as one - flower gladecress Leavenworthia uniflora limestone skullcap Scutellaria parvula widow s - cross stonecrop Sedum pulchellum poverty
  • magnolia Schoenolirion wrightii - Texas sunnybell Scutellaria bushii - Bush s skullcap Silene ovata - Ovate - leaf catchfly Silene regia - Royal catchfly Solidago
  • Symphyotrichum laeve eastern smooth beardtongue Penstemon laevigatus downy skullcap Scutellaria incana and hoary puccoon Lithospermum canescens in Tennessee
  • Boechera laevigata yellow sunnybell Schoenolirion croceum and small skullcap Scutellaria parvula Pollinators of the outcrossing plants probably include
  • moved away On March 23, Hundreds of black marchers wore kippot, Jewish skullcaps to emulate the marching rabbis, as Heschel was marching at the front
  • consists of a blurred black - and - white, close - up image of Waits in a leather skullcap with horns and protective goggles, was taken by Jesse Dylan, the son of