Eupatorium hyssopifolium - Hyssopleaf Thoroughwort
Tough & dependable, this upright grower could be your garden's most powerful butterfly attractor when its clouds of tiny white flowers open in late July and continue into fall. Superb when planted in groups, it provides loads of nectar and is a host plant for spectacular Clymene Moths!
- Fragrant flowers with long summer/fall bloom.
- Perfect for grouping in the center of a garden
- Host plant for Climene Moths
- A magnet for native pollinators & butterflies
- Native songbirds love the seed from spent flowers
Map Credit: The Biota of North America
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
A perennial beauty with an extended blooming season, adorned by beautiful tiny white flowers from summer well into the fall months.
Thrives in conditions with full to part sun, and average to moist soil.