Ideal for rain gardens (and tolerant of short-term flooding), this pollinator favorite produces clusters of fragrant white flowers on a stalk 3 to 5 feet high. Blooming between July and September, boneset is also a host plant for several species of moth, and is generally not bothered by deer, due to the foliage's bitter taste. 

Eupatorium perfoliatum


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