Purple Prairie Clover

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Historical Uses: The Chipawa tribe used the leaves and blossoms of this species for heart troubles and the Navajo made a tea to treat pneumonia.  The Comanche and Lakota chewed the roots as candy.


  • Listing ID: 1119
  • Duration: Perennial
  • Soil Moisture: 1-5 (dry to wet): Dry to Medium-wet
  • Bloom Time: July-August
  • Seeds/gram: 890
  • Lot #: 198
  • Eco-Region: 255
  • Origin: Tishomingo Wildlife Refuge
  • Latin Name: Dalea purpurea