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Habitat: In a wide variety of mesic to dry forests, pine savannas, longleaf pine sandhills, meadows, from 5m to at least 1600m in elevation
Terminal racemes can be conical or cylindrical, 1.25-4.5" tall, per Wildflowers in the Field and Forest: Northeastern US (Clemants & Gracie, 2006).
Stem terminated by a cone-shaped, 2-4", many-flowered inflorescence, per Atlantic Coastal Plain Wildflowers (Nelson, 2006).
Basal lvs' main veins parallel, diverging at leaf base & rejoining at the apex, per Weakley's Flora.
The perianth turns green after pollination and remains so for some time, per Wildflowers of the Southern Mountains (Smith, 1998).
Habitat: Pine savannas, pine flatwoods
Often confused w Amianthium muscaetoxicum, which has more & wider basal lvs, per Wildflowers of the Eastern United States (Duncan & Duncan, 1999).
A conspicuous 3-5" cone-shaped inflorescence tops a nearly leafless 5' stem, per Atlantic Coastal Plain Wildflowers (Nelson, 2006).