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‘Little Joe’ is a patented plant that will not come true from teworthy Characteristics Eutrochium dubium , commonly known as coastal plain Joe Pye weed, is a coarse, herbaceous perennial that typically grows to 3-5’ tall and to 2-4’ wide on purple-spotted stems clad with ovate, coarsely-toothed, strongly three-veined leaves (to 6” long) arranged in whorls of 3-4.
Eupatorium purpureum Little Red aka Little Red Dwarf Joe-Pye ows in Sun to Part Sun. Flower Color is Red and blooms in Summer. Hardiness zone 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b.
Eupatorium dubium ‘Little Joe’ is a selection discovered by Steve Lighty at Conrad-Pyle Nursery down the ere it was, settled among other seedlings of Eupatorium dubium, noticeably different from its upright and compact stature, lavender-mauve flowers, and drought tolerance.
Back to Top Joe Pye weed (Eutrochium purpureum) is a late-blooming wildflower that’s native to eastern and central North generally grows in upright clumps that reach several feet s thick stems have lance-shaped, serrated dark green leaves that can be up to a foot long.
Eutrochium purpureum, commonly called Joe Pye weed, is a tall Missouri native perennial that occurs in low moist ground, wooded slopes, wet meadows and thickets and stream margins throughout the State (Steyermark). It is an erect, clump-forming perennial which typically grows 4-7’ tall and features coarsely-serrated, lance-shaped, dark green leaves (to 12” long) in whorls of 3-4 on sturdy green stems with purplish leaf nodes.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Eupatorium purpureum is a large clumping perennial that injects architectural interest into the late summer is robust wildflower has multiples of sturdy stems with whorls of attractive mid-summer, plants are topped with a frothy crown of rounded rosy pink flower clusters.