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- Mature height: 3 feet
- Light: Full sun
- Soil: Moist
- Landscape uses: Borders, pond banks, wildflower gardens
- Pair with: Little Bluestem, Wild Bergamot
- Deer resistant: No
- Fun fact: Bonesets were so named by early pioneers who used their leaves as a poultice to help heal broken bones. The plant was also used in treating “break-bone fever,” or dengue (VNPS John Clayton Chapter)
- Photo: Creative Commons
Pollinator value: High. Provides adult food for native bees, bumble bees, butterflies and more.
This easily grown perennial produces masses of white blooms with a fuzzy appearance, June through October, and can tolerate drought.
Hyssop-leaf Boneset was one of the Virginia Native Plant Society's Wildflowers of the Month in 2016. Pair with Black-eyed Susan, Little Bluestem, Aromatic Aster.