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Flower Friday: Fringed meadowbeauty

Fringed meadowbeauty is an herbaceous perennial wildflower with showy pink blooms. It occurs naturally in wet prairies, bogs and flatwoods, and along coastal swales. It flowers spring through summer and attracts many pollinators, especially bees. Want an easy way to identify a meadowbeauty? Just look for the urn-shaped hypanthium. What’s that mean? Read our blog to find out!