Eupatorium sessilifolium

Not ranked yet in NYS, but not common. Found in deciduous woods in part shade, often in rocky areas.

Seedling

Eupatorium sessilifolium seedling
The arrow indicates the first sign of the red color that develops in many young plants. The opposite leaves have no petiole.
R. Parker

Plant Information

Common Name(s): 
upland thoroughwort
Type: 
Native
Herbaceous Plants - Annuals, Biennials, Perennials
Moisture: 
Dry
Light: 
Part Shade
Soil: 
Rocky/Stony

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