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Vernonia noveboracensis

New York Ironweed

Tall, coarse-leaved, upright plants produce loads of fluffy, deep purple blooms in clusters 3-4" wide in late summer/early fall. Nice for the back of the garden or in meadow plantings. Butterflies are quite fond of this long-bloomer. Native.

Prefers full sun. Usually found in moist thickets, ditches or stream side, it prefers evenly moist to wet soil, but tolerates short periods of dry conditions. Great for rain gardens.

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Description

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Pricing

96706 4 qt. 1 - $11.49 Ea.

Height:

48-84 in

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Spread:

24-48 in

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Hardiness Zone:

5-9

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Bloom Color:

Purple

Characteristics & Attributes

Attracts Wildlife
Butterflies
Pollinators
Songbirds
Exposure
Full Sun
Sun/Light Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
Well-Drained
Moist/Well-Drained
Moist
Wet
Flowering Months
August
September
Foliage Color
Green
Attributes
Bog
Clay Soil
Coastal
East-Coast Native
Long Blooming
Naturalizing
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips

Plants may be cut back early in the season to reduce overall height.  Remove seed heads before they disperse to prevent self-sowing. Plants will adapt to almost any moist soil and are great for wet areas at the edges of ponds.

Vernonia noveboracensis (New York Ironweed)