Little Joe Eupatorium is a dwarf version that produces frilly clusters of mauve blossoms on an attractive, mid-sized plant. Get your camera ready for butterflies because this plant will bring them in. Joe-Pye weed provide colorful, late season, nectar-filled flowers that butterflies and bees find irresistible, and the seed heads that follow provides food for the wild birds. The plants will produce their best blooms when the soil is moist; however, they are tolerate drought once established. Deer tend to avoid it.
Companion Planting: Aster, Echinacea, Grasses, Hydrangea, Rudbeckia, Sedum
Little Joe Eupatorium Plant Care Instructions: Plants will tolerate different types of soil if it stays moist. It can be cut back by 1/4 in early summer for a fuller flush of late summer flowers. Plants can be cut back to the ground in late winter or early spring before the new growth appears. Division can be done every 3-5 years.
Rhianna M. on 8/24/2022 10:27:33 PM
Comment: Arrived healthy and still thriving!
Vanessa L. on 7/30/2022 3:02:24 PM
Comment: Arrived in great shape and is already flowering a week later. Can’t wait to see it thrive in my rain garden.
"Joe Pye weed"
Patricia J. on 7/19/2022 6:26:56 PM
Comment: Have the tall version thought I'd try the shorter version. Arrived packed great within a week of planting have blooms. Can't wait for the butterfly's to find them.
"Little Joe Eupatorium Plant (Joe Pye Weed)"
Nancy Gebhardt on 1/21/2021 4:48:34 PM
Comment: These two Little Joe's were definitely not little! They grew so fast that the pretty purple blossoms stood high above the surrounding yellow Lantanas. The bees and butterflies love them! Thank You, GrowJoy! Nancy Gebhardt
"Flamingo Little Joe"
Denise L on 8/26/2013 10:38:45 AM
Comment: plants arrived healthy, just a little drink of water, and good to go.
"Great Choice For Smaller Gardens!"
Marilyn B on 5/13/2013 11:38:50 PM
Comment: I've been growing 'Little Joe' for many years and love it! It doesn't take up too much space in your garden! Love the beautiful flowers that attract Butterflies and Bees!
Andrea D C on 4/9/2012 11:23:24 PM
Comment: This Little Joe attracts the most unusual bees, all who were very peaceful. But the most fun was the different species that I didn't know were local to Long Island. My favorite was the Gray Hairstreak, how unusual! And a few others I didn't recognize. I have 2, will put more out back as I make more room for perennials.
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