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Spiderwort Wildflower


The three-petaled spiderwort wildflowers are usually blue to a variety of purples, but may also be pink, white or red.

They Bloom For A Day

The flowers only remain open for a day, They bloom during the morning hours and close for the night.


The Clusters Bloom For 4-6 Weeks

The flowers clusters will continually bloom for up to four to six weeks in summer and are normally found in Wisconsin during the months of June and July.

Spiderwort makes an excellent woodland garden additional to flower beds.


Additional Wildflowers & Invasive Flowers:

Dune Thistle Wildflower Forget Me Not Wildflower Cardinal Wildflower
Early Meadowrue Wildflower Trout Lily Endangered Dwarf Lake Iris Wildflower
Yellow Bell Wildflower Bittersweet Nightshade Wildflower Eastern Columbine Wildflower


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