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Bedstraw St. John's-wort
Hypericum galioides


Bedstraw St. John's wort grows in pineland swamps from Southeast and East Texas east to Florida and north to Tennessee, North Carolina and Delaware. Compared to other Hypericum species, H. galioides's evergreen leaves are very narrow, 1/12 to 1/6 inches wide. Its bright yellow flowers appear from May to August.

Plant Habit or Use: small shrub
medium shrub

Exposure: sun
partial sun

Flower Color: yellow

Blooming Period: summer

Fruit Characteristics: capsule

Height: 1 to 6 feet

Width: 1 to 6 feet

Plant Character: evergreen

Heat Tolerance: low

Water Requirements:

Soil Requirements: adaptable

USDA Hardiness Zone: 7

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