Phyla cuneifolia (Wedgeleaf Fogfruit)
Family:
Verbenaceae (Vervain)

Wedgeleaf Fogruit grows on moist sites on the plains. The white flowers have centers with a variety of colors on a single inflorescence. Flowers turn pink as they age. Leaves are opposite and have a few coarse teeth. The plant often has a sprawling growth habit with roots growing from stem nodes.

Vegetation zone:  Plains
Time of bloom:  May - September
Origin:  Native
Eastern Colorado Wildflowers