Joe Pye weed; light-to deep-purple flower heads and purple-green leaves
Photograph: Linda Naeve of Iowa State University
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Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium maculatum)

Robust, upright perennial with whorls of narrow to oval purple-green leaves and panicles of light- to deep-purple flower heads with attractive seed heads that persist well into the winter; grows up to 7 feet tall; easily grown in medium-wet to wet soils in full sun; hardy to -40 degrees F; Zones 3 to 9
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