EUPATORIUM SORDIDUM
Common Name(s): Dirty Thoroughwort
Origin: New England (North America)
Size: 3' - 5' h x 2' - 4' w
Type: Perennial (Drought Tolerant)
Light: Partial Shade to Half Day Sun

Eupatorium's are great for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. Beautiful display of small, lavender thistles on red stems appear in Spring and again in Fall.  Great container or garden plant for full sun to partial shade. Drought tolerant in the ground once established or can take regular garden water. Prune old flower stalks after each flush of bloom if desired. Cut back hard in early Spring or late Fall to shape.
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