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|Species: Eutrochium maculatum|
The flowers of this species are pink to purple, small, and fuzzy in flat 5" clusters.
The leaves are narrow, toothed, whorled in fours and fives on a deep purple stem. The plants grow to a height of 4'.
Habitat & Range
Spotted joe-pye weed grows in moist fields in eastern United States and southeastern Canada.
The flowers bloom from July to September.
This species is an herbaceous perennial.
Featured image by James Dake.