The fluffy white flower heads of white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima, formerly Eupatorium rugosum) are a common site in somewhat shaded areas starting in late summer to early fall and continuing even past frost. Native to the eastern half of North American, it grows in bushy clumps that usually reach 2 to 3 feet tall. White snakeroot can self-sow freely into empty spaces, so it may not be a good choice for highly managed gardens, but it’s a great filler if you have a lot of room and would like to add fall flowers to a shady spot. Seed from wild plants growing in my hedgerow in Bucks County, PA. Partial shade; prefers soil that is on the moist side but is adaptable. Perennial; Zones 3 to 9.
2021-collected seeds sold out. I hope to collect again in 2022. At least 25 seeds.
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