Eupatorium


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eupatorium

(ˌjuːpəˈtɔːrɪəm)
n
(Plants) any plant of the genus Eupatorium, of N temperate regions and tropical America: cultivated for their ornamental clusters of purple, pink, or white flowers: family Asteraceae (composites)
[C16: from New Latin, from Greek eupatorion hemp agrimony, from Eupator surname of Mithridates VI, king of Pontus and traditionally the first to have used it medicinally]
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Noun1.eupatorium - large genus of chiefly tropical herbs having heads of white or purplish flowersEupatorium - large genus of chiefly tropical herbs having heads of white or purplish flowers
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
aster family, Asteraceae, Compositae, family Asteraceae, family Compositae - plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle; zinnia
Eupatorium maculatum, spotted Joe-Pye weed, Joe-Pye weed - North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads
Eupatorium perfoliatum, thoroughwort, agueweed, boneset - perennial herb of southeastern United States having white-rayed flower heads; formerly used as in folk medicine
Eupatorium purpureum, Joe-Pye weed, marsh milkweed, purple boneset, trumpet weed - North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of flowers spotted with purple
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Members of the daisy family, such as the bright orange flowers of calendula and tagetes, will attract them, as well as single flowered dahlias, eupatorium, alyssum and cornflowers.
Other plants TJ uses and recommends for this time of year are Eupatorium, Sedum and Verbena bonariensis, great for butterflies, Anemone 'Honorine Jobert', Veronicastrum and Nicotiana alata.
Eupatorium Little Joe, commonly referred to as Joe-Pye weed, grows 3 to 4 feet tall and up to 3 feet wide.
To contrast the performance of invasive plants and native plants, we selected five invasive species (i.e., Bidens pilosa, Bromus tectorum, Centaurea stoebe, Eupatorium adenophorum, and Solidago canadensis), which are successful invaders, and six native species (i.e., Achillea millefolium, Bromus japonica, Eupatorium chinense, Helianthus annuus, Poapratensis, and Vulpia octoflora), which are dominant/common natives in the invaded regions.
I can only dream about the result if they were grown with spotted bee-balm Monarda punctata, Joe Pye Weed, Eutrochium purpureum, Hummingbird Mints (Agastache species and hybrids) like Blue Fortune, and Common Boneset, Eupatorium perfoliatum.
En el caso del tipo polinico Eupatorium, por sus caracteristicas palinologicas reune a las especies Austroeupatorium inulifolium (Kunth) R.M.
In order to develop a new type of insecticide, this study lays foundation for the development of stigmasterol from the Eupatorium adenophorum Sprengas nontoxic and pollution-free pesticides that can be released to the environment.
If you prefer to restrict the colour palette to shades of pink, use varieties of bergamot, Echinacea purpurea, eupatorium and penstemon Karley Rose, then watch the colours shimmer in the morning sun.
De Rouw, "The invasion of Chromolaena odorata (L.) King & Robinson (ex Eupatorium odoratum), and competition with the native flora, in a rain forest zone, south-west Cote d'Ivoire," Journal of Biogeography, vol.
Carex annedens Thlaspi arvense * Echinochloa muricata Carex bicknellii Verbascum thapsus * Eleocharis compressa Carex brevior Eleocharis erythropoda Carex crawei Erechtites hieradfolia Carex granularis Erigeron annuus Carex gravida Erigeron philadelphicus Carex molesta Eupatorium altissimum Carex pellita Eupatorium serotinum Carex vulpinoidea Festuca pratensis * Celtis ocddentalis Fragaria virginiana Cichorium intybus * Geum ladniatum Cirsium discolor Hibiscus trionum * Cirsium vulgare * Juncus dudleyi Comandra umbellata Juncus tenuis Convolvulus Lycopus americana arvensis Coreopsis tripteris Medicago lupulina * Crataegus Oenothera biennis crus-galli Crataegus mollis Oxalis stricta Crataegus sp.
There are zinnias, calendulas, catananche, echinops, inula, eupatorium, tagetes, gaillardia, osteospermum - the list is endless.