Luis
Luis
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  • East Haven, CT

Eupatorium Purpureum


I purchased this plant last year sweet Joe-pye weed did not think much of it but this year came back beautifully
eupatorium purpureum, gardening

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  • Douglas Hunt
    on Aug 11, 2013

    I love Joe Pye. It is a great plant for bees, and adding a tall focal point to the gardening. And I do mean tall. When I had it in my New York garden it easily grew to 9 feet each year.

  • Luis
    on Aug 11, 2013

    I agreed with you Douglas this one is about 8 feet tall this year I assumed it will grow even bigger next year.

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