Also known as
Ague Weed, Andurion, Bastard Agrimony, Dutch Agrimony, Hemlock Parsley, Hemp Weed, Holy Rope, Indian Ague Root, Water Agrimony, Water Hemp
Eupatorium cannabinum (xndr) by Svdmolen (CC-BY-SA-3.0)
5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Hemp Agrimony Overview
Perennial species with palmately divided foliage and red stems. It produces pale dusky pink-purple flowers in summer and autumn. Reaches a maximum height and width of around 1.5m and this plant is extremely cold tolerant, able to survive freezing temperatures and the coldest European continental climates.
How to propagate Hemp Agrimony
You can propagate by seeds in the spring, the shrubs and sub-shrubs may also be propagated by softwood or greenwood cuttings in the summer, perennials by division in early spring or autumn.
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