|Eupatorium perfoliatum||Buttercup Family||Ranunculaceae|
|July - September||Infrequent|
Description: From 3 to 8 feet tall, Leaves are divided and subdivided into many roundish 3 lobed leaflets. Flowers lack petals and form plumes. Note the starry bursts of white threadlike stamens.
Location: Streamsides and swamps.
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