Eupatorium


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Eupatorium

a plant genus of the Asteraceae family; contains mostly unidentified toxins. Includes E. wrightii.

Eupatorium adenophorum
in Australia and Hawaii, pulmonary fibrosis is the principal lesion, and dyspnea and cough the cardinal signs in poisoning of horses by these plants. Called also Numinbah horse sickness, Tallebudgera horse disease.
Eupatorium rugosum, Eupatorium ageratoides, Eupatorium urticaefolium
poisoning causes tremor, dyspnea, paralysis and recumbency and can be fatal. The toxic alcohol that it contains is passed through the milk of cows and can poison persons who drink it. Called also white snakeroot.
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Progress in research on allelopathic potential in an exotic invasive plant Eupatorium adenophorum, Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 10(SI): 30-34.
Relationships between allelopathy and invasiveness by Eupatorium adenophorum in different sites.
especially purpurea), Desmanthus illinoensis, Eryngium yuccifolium, Eupatorium altissimum, Eurybia hemispherica, Liatris spp.
Eupatorium Dalea Tagetes Experimental treatment petiolare coccinea lunulata [A.
Cyperus, Eupatorium, and Quercus each had 6 species.
For the back-of-the- border plants use traditional favourites like delphiniums, hollyhocks, the magnificent Plume Poppy (Macleaya cordata), the huge Seakale (Crambe cordifolia), and the graceful grasses like Stipa gigantea, the shorter pampas grasses such as Cortaderia selloana "Pumila", Indian grass (Arundo donax), as well as bamboos, and big clumps of Eupatorium purpureum.
We always leave so many of our seed heads – from rudbeckia, echinacea, asters, eupatorium and sea hollies – for birds to help themselves.
We always leave so many of our seed heads - from rudbeckia, echinacea, asters, eupatorium and sea hollies - for birds to help themselves.
Eupatorium purpureum, or Joe-Pye weed, is an American plant, popular with modern garden designers in meadow settings.