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Virginia Meadow Beauty
Virginia Meadow Beauty plants can be found growing from Florida on into Canada. They do great in climate zones three through nine. These plants grow to be up to twelve inches tall. They survive well in full and partial sunlight. They like to be planted in moist and well-drained soils. They can also adapt to soils with high pH balances. These plants have clusters of violet flowers on them that appear from August until the first frost of the year. These plants supply lots of bright and brilliant color to gardens. They are also called Rhexia Virginiaca.