HOARY VERVAIN, Verbena stricta Vent. 4, distribution; 5, upper part of stem in flower; 6, single flower; 7, pod enclosed by calyx; 8, seed. Similar to the above species but hairy all over. Leaves shorter, less pointed, without petioles. Flowers purplish, borne in long spikes. Usually found in upland pastures.
WHITE VERVAIN, Verbena urticifolia L. 9, distribution. Similar to blue verbain. Leaves ovate with scattered hairs. Flowers white on long slender spikes. Frequently found in or near wooded areas, pastures, and waste areas.