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Conoclinium greggii (Eupatorium greggii)
USDA Hardiness Zone Range:
7 to 10
Moderate Water, Drought Tolerant
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Shade
Southwestern US into northern Mexico
Native to washes of western Texas, northern Mexico and southeastern Arizona, Gregg’s Mist Flower is a hardy, easy to grow addition to any landscape. Fuzzy, lavender flowers appear atop finely-textured foliage of this perennial from spring until fall, attracting Queen and Monarch butterflies. Foliage dies back in freezing temperatures and should be pruned in early spring before growing back from hardy roots.