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Eupatorium purpureum

Eupatorium purpureum

Eupatorium purpureum L.
Engl.: gravelroot, sweet-scented Joe Pye weed, gravel root, gravelweed, green-stem Joe Pye weed, Joe Pye weed, jopi weed, marsh-milkweed, purple boneset, purple Joe Pye weed, purple-flowered boneset, queen of the meadow, sweet Joe Pye weed, trumpet-weed.
Deu.: Purpur-Wasseredost.
Sven.: rosenflockel.
Suom.: purppurapunalatva.
Bot. syn.: Eupatoriadelphus purpureus (L.) King & H. E. Robins, Eupatorium falcatum Michx., Eupatorium holzingeri Rydb., Eupatorium trifoliatum L.

Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 2.

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Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 2.

Flowers. Tapanila, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 2009-09-29.

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D09 5191

Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 1.

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Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 1.

Flowers. Tapanila, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 2009-09-29.

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D09 5190

Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 0.

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Photo: Eupatorium purpureum 0.

Flowering plants. Tapanila, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 2009-09-29.

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D09 5185

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