Description from Prairie Moon Nursery: Prairie Alumroot begins and ends its growing season debut with a mounded basal rosette of curly-edged foliage; the leaves are quite hairy on their undersides. Juvenile plants may exhibit some variegation with either white or red-tinged hues. Flowering stalks rise from the center of each clump, often reaching 2 feet tall – sometimes 3’ – before setting blooms. The bell-shaped blossoms are a subtle pale green or cream color when plants are situated in the shade. When sited in full sun, the flowers may include yellow or even ruddy-red tints. Regardless of the overcoat color, the exerted stamens peep out from the under the upper petal’s lip, sticking out like brilliant orange tongues.
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