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Longleaf Bluets (Houstonia longifolia)

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Longleaf Bluets (Houstonia longifolia) are delicate, perennial wildflowers characterized by their slender stems, narrow leaves, and clusters of small, four-petaled white to pale blue flowers. They thrive in dry, open habitats such as prairies and rocky slopes, primarily found across North America.

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Longleaf Bluets, scientifically known as Houstonia longifolia, are delicate, perennial herbaceous plants native to North America. These plants typically thrive in dry, sandy, or rocky soils, often found in prairies, open woods, and along roadsides. They are characterized by their slender, elongated leaves, which can reach up to 4 cm in length, and their small, star-shaped flowers. The flowers, usually white or pale blue, bloom from late spring to mid-summer, featuring four petals and a yellow center, and are arranged in loose clusters at the tops of the stems.

Growing to a height of 10-30 cm, Longleaf Bluets are known for their ability to adapt to various environments, particularly those with poor, well-drained soils. They play a role in local ecosystems by providing nectar for bees and other pollinators. Due to their modest size and attractive blooms, Longleaf Bluets are often appreciated in wildflower gardens and natural landscaping projects aimed at supporting native flora and fauna.

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