The Eastern Smooth Beardtongue is known by several names,
as noted above.
Plant is an upright, smooth to hairy perennial. Its preferred
habitat is roadsides, prairies, pine lands, terrace soil, and
wooded areas. distribution is throughout the Escambia region.
The leaves are alternate on the stem, consisting of one
whole part, no leaf stalk, lance-like to ovate, no teeth or scattered
teeth, no lobes, acuminate.
The flowers are a panicle. The calyx is 5-lobed; the corolla
bilabiate, with the upper lip 2-lobed and the lower lip 3-lobed.
The flowers are white to pink, 4 stamens. Flowers occur in the
Fruit is a capsule.