| Joe-Pye Weed |
| Eupatorium purpureum|
| Uses: Medicinal
|| Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 3-10) |
| When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
|| Ease of Germination: Easy |
Tall graceful native of eastern U.S. Leaves emit a vanilla-scent when crushed; flowers rosy-purple. Indians and pioneers used it to induce sweating to break fevers. Valuable remedy for kidney problems.