elliptic, obovate, spatulate
March - October
0.0 - 0.2
Identification tip: Polygala nana is sometimes confused with the more eastern P. lutea. Polygala nana may be distinguished by the cusp of its largest sepals that are less than 1 mm long and the sepals which are orange rather than yellow.
Found on seepage slopes, and in savannas, prairie, and low open pinelands of Louisiana and southeastern Texas.
Open wet sand, on seepage slopes, savannahs, wet meadows, and wet pinelands.