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Calamintha ashei

Ashe's calamint
Ashe's savory
Ashe's calamintha

Florida native

Threatened Florida species

Allan David Broussard Catfish Creek State Preserve, Polk Co. FL 05/16/04
An occassional plant of the sandhills and scrub of central Florida, it is also known to occur in one southeastern Georgia county. One of the distinguishing features of Calamintha ashei are the highly revolute leaves.
Polk Co. FL 05/16/04
Polk Co. FL 05/16/04
Allan David Broussard Catfish Creek State Preserve, Polk Co. FL 05/16/04
Polk Co. FL 05/16/04

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Calamintha ashei is a member of the Lamiaceae - Mint family.


Date record last modified: Aug 07, 2016

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