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The floral bracts are pale pink and oblong. The blooming period occurs from mid-summer to early fall and lasts about a month. Each floret is replaced by a bullet-shaped achene with a small tuft of hair. These achenes are dispersed by the wind. The root system is shallow and fibrous.

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Cultivation: The preference is light shade to partial sun, moist to mesic conditions, and a rich loamy soil. The leaves will turn an unattractive yellowish green in the presence of strong sunlight.

Habitats include open woodlands, savannas, woodland borders, thickets, partially shaded seeps, and partially shaded riverbanks. This plant can survive in wooded areas that are somewhat degraded. However, populations have a tendency to decline when the shade of overhead canopy trees becomes too dense. Culturally Significant. Distribution Update. Introduced, Invasive, and Noxious Plants. Wetland Indicator Status.

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Ecological Site Information System. Plant Materials Web Site. Plant Materials Publications. Growth Habit :. Native Status :. Data Source and Documentation. Native Status:. There can be smaller axillary clusters from the upper leaf whorl.

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Flowers: Each corymb has a varying number of flower heads. Within each flower head are 4 to 7 small florets that have 5 stamens with whitish anthers and a style that is white, branched and protrudes from the floret throat. These florets are so slim that it appears the flower itself is a bunch of white styles.

Each floret has a purple to pale pink tubular corolla can occasionally be whitish in certain light conditions. The base of these florets form the seed. The flowerhead is cylindric in shape and on the outside has 4 to 5 series of oblong phyllaries, the inner series longer, the outer shorter, usually pink in color at flowering time and occasionally hairy. Seed: Fertile florets produce a dry 5-ribbed seed a cypsela with numerous long bristles for wind dispersion.

Seeds require at least 30 days of cold stratification for gemination and germinate best in cool soils. Varieties: There are two accepted varieties of E. Minnesota authorities report only the latter is found in Minnesota. Some references state that var.

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Habitat: Sweet Scented Joe-Pye Weed grows from a fibrous root system in meadows, open woods with full to partial sun, moderate to dry moisture conditions and loamy soil. This is a native plant that grows well in the home garden as a backdrop specimen. While it will grow in partial sun, stems will be weaker and it will tend to lean toward bright light.

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Names: An older scientific name for this species was Eupatorium purpureum L. The species name, purpureum , is Latin for 'purple' or 'mottled'.

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The older genus name has a quite interesting story and that is found below along with the common name descriptions. The author names for the plant classification are: L. New York Botanical Garden Press.

Comparisons: Sweet-scented Joe-Pye Weed has differences in the stem and in the flower arrangement from its relative, Spotted Joe-Pye Weed , Eutrochium maculatum, which prefers a more moist habitat. Above: The plant is erect with leaves below the inflorescence in whorls of 3 or 4.