Eupatorium rugosum Houtt.: White snakeroot
; August-September: high, dry woods; abundant; conspicuous; USIH 987.
, ironweed, boneset, wingstem, tall coneflowers and gray-headed coneflowers are budding.
Tall coneflowers, Joe Pye weed, biennial gaura, white snakeroot
, jumpseed and common and great ragweed mark the approach of August.
The first week of August brings white snakeroot
, boneset, clearweed and jumpseed.
When elderberry flowers turn to fruit, then giant green June beetles appear in the garden, and poisonous white snakeroot
In the woods and pastures, you can find tall ironweed, wingstem, wild oxeye, small-flowered agrimony, tall bellflower, white snakeroot
, wild lettuce, sundrops, heal-all, wild cucumber, jumpseed, tall coneflower, clearweed, touch-me-not and goldenrod.
the appearance of white snakeroot
and boneset flowers, and the
The White Snakeroot
, Eupatorium Rugosum is about three feet high, with a single stem, numerous branches and oval pointed leaves.