‘Jocius’ Variegate’ snakeroot is sometimes distributed under the species name Ageratina aromatica (Eupatorium aromaticum), and it’s also listed as ‘Jocius Variegated’. The plants form clumps of branching, 4- to 5-foot-tall stems that carry light yellow- to cream-streaked leaves are topped with heads of fluffy white flowers in fall. Variegation comes mostly true from seed and is brightest in spring, becoming more subtle as the growing season progresses. It varies from plant to plant, and even within one plant, depending on the temperature and light conditions. Perennial; Zones 4 to 9, probably.
Harvested in October 2020. At least 20 seeds.