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Hairy Beardtongue is a perennial wildflower which is native to the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada. The tubular flowers are light purple with white lips, and the stems and leaves have a downy coat of soft hairs. It is found in sandy or dry prairies, open woods and fields. The flowers attract native bees.