Boneset Eupatorium perfoliatum
Composite or Daisy Compositeae family

Leaves:Distinctly pierced by the stem, these leaves are wrinkled and taper to a point.

Flower:Flowers are in small heads, together forming a broad, often flat cluster. Grayish-white in color.

Form/habitat:Mostly tall, erect plant 2-5'high. Branching at the top of the stem. Stem is very hairy. Boneset is a common gound plant that flowers in summer and fall.

NWI Status: FACW+

Text by Morgan Jenkins for CES301.

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