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Facts About this Plant:
- Common Names: Late Boneset, Late Thoroughwort, Late-Flowering Boneset, Late-Flowering Thoroughwort
- Lifespan: Perennial
- Zones: 5 - 9
- Type: Forb
- Bloom Time: August - November
- Status: Native
Eupatorium serotinum, or Late Boneset, is native to the Eastern half of the United States, but is rare or absent in the Great Lakes area. It is a perennial, that grows in moist to dry meadows, prairies, ditches and also areas along railroads and roadsides and in disturbed areas. It blooms in late summer with white, almost gray flowers.
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