1-3’ HT, 2’ SP
Perennial. Green leaves, opposite.
Blooms mid-summer to autumn. Soft masses of light blue, fuzzy flowers grouped into loosely branched clusters. Butterflies love them. In the photo, the green and white leaves belong to Fallopia japonica ‘Variegata’.
Native to North America. Indigenous to moist open woods, stream banks.
Full Sun to Part Shade. Tolerant of a variety of soils. Seems to prefer moist conditions. Suitable for a Rain Garden. A bit rambunctious for small manicured gardens.
Deer Resistant. Not poisonous. A relative, Eupatorium rugosum / White Snakeroot is highly toxic.
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