This one puts on a spectacular show in late summer. Huge groups of small flowers top this large plant. A source of late season nectar that the bees and butterflies need. Loves moist soils in part sun, puts on a flowering show. It can reach heights of 6’! Eupatoriadelphus maculatus is the newer botanical name, we will refer to it by its old name until it is more commonly known. The genus differs from Eupatorium by its whorled leaf arrangement.