Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Native to the Finger Lakes Region, E and Central North America
Source of plant
Bailey Nurseries, Woodlanders Inc., Cornell Botanic Gardens
Rounded, 3' to 6' tall, (occasionally 10' to 15' tall in the southern part of its range) of rather looseproportions. Flowers are creamy-white, crowded in globular heads, without the projecting styles, 1" to 1 1/5" across, on peduncles 1" to 1 2/5" long in August. Fruit a nutlet that remains present throughoutthe winter.
USDA Hardiness Zone