These are generally large plants with big domes of small flower heads that are rich in nectar and pollen. Blossoms attract butterflies. Most of the species are wild plants of eastern U.S. meadows, little noted until recently but now are popular in perennial borders and naturalistic meadow plantings.Eupatorium rugosum
From the eastern U.S. Grows to 4 ft. tall, 2 ft. wide. Stems and lance-shaped leaves to 5 in. long are heavily marked with deep brownish red. Fluffy white flowers in late summer and early fall.
Deciduous shrub native to western North America. It is the state flower of Idaho. Fountain-shaped, loo...
Native from California’s desert mountains east to New Mexico and Texas and north to Wyoming. Gro...
Native to much of North America. Upright grower to 10 ft., sometimes treelike to 20 ft. Spreads widely...