Sun: Full, partial
Moisture: Medium-wet to wet
Bloom Time: August, September
Bloom Color: Dusty rose
Genotype: Superior Township, Washtenaw County.
Indigenous interactions: In the Great Lakes area, the Ojibwa made a decoction of the root for joint inflammations and as a sedative bath for fretful children (Moerman, 1998).
In late summer this pollinator favorite produces large compound pink flowers that attract a range of butterflies and native bees. The foliage is a host plant to several moths.