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New York ironweed is a tall, clump-forming perennial, growing 5-8 ft. in height. Slightly rough stems bear lance-shaped, deep-green leaves. Small flower heads occur in large, loosely branched, flat-topped, terminal clusters. Flowers are all of the disk type and deep reddish-purple in color. Tall erect stem branches toward the summit, with each branch bearing a cluster of deep lavender to violet flower heads; together, clusters form a loose spray.

This often roughish plant is common in wet open bottomland fields.

Straight Species

Clear
SKU: VENOC1 Category:

Additional information

Native

Long Island, United States

Sunlight

Full

Moisture

Wet-Medium

Special Attributes

Bee Attractor, Bird Attractor, Butterfly Attractor

Size

1 Quart

Wetland Indicator

FACW

New York ironweed is a tall, clump-forming perennial, growing 5-8 ft. in height. Slightly rough stems bear lance-shaped, deep-green leaves. Small flower heads occur in large, loosely branched, flat-topped, terminal clusters. Flowers are all of the disk type and deep reddish-purple in color. Tall erect stem branches toward the summit, with each branch bearing a cluster of deep lavender to violet flower heads; together, clusters form a loose spray.

This often roughish plant is common in wet open bottomland fields.

Straight Species