Eupatorium sessilifolium Porter
Family: Asteraceae
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[Eupatorium sessilifolium var. brittonianum L.]
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Christopher Noll  
Etymology: Eupatorium: from Greek name Mithridates Eupator, King of Pontus about 115BC who is said to have discovered an antidote to a commonly used poison in one of the species
Plants: erect, perennial, 2'-5' tall forb with a single stem
Leaves: opposite, toothed, dotted with glands, base rounded, mostly stalkless but not clasping leaf drawing
Flowers: head with mostly 5 white flowers; inflorescence small, branched, widely-spaced clusters of heads; blooms Aug.-Sept.
Fruits: dry seed on fluffy pappus
Habitat: woods; in sandy, acidic soil
Conservation Status: Special Concern
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Paul E. Berry  
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Aaron_Carlson  
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Christopher Noll  
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Christopher Noll  
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Christopher Noll  
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
Eupatorium sessilifolium image
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