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Sep 20, 2010 7:09 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Tall Boneset, Eupatorium altissimum is a native perennial that grows 3-4' tall, with unbranched stems covered in white hairs. The leaves are thinner than those on the Eupatorium perfoliatum. Blooms occur in late summer, early fall and are visited by many native bees, wasps, tachinid flies, syrphid flies, beetles, butterflies and other insects. Found in full sun or partial sun, in dry conditions. Tall boneset is often found growing along with Solidago canadensis.

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