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White Snake-root
Eupatorium rugosum

Other Names: N/A

Family
Flower
  • (.25 inch) white flower head
  • can be in clusters or solitary
  • have little white, hair-like things sticking out from the small, rayless head
Leaf
  • 6.5-18cm (2.5-7 inch) long, opposite leaves
  • wide, oval, and toothed
Location
  • woods across Eastern America
Flowering Time
  • July - October
Other
  • It is toxic to cows, and when humans drink the milk from cows who have ingested this plant, they can get what is called “milk sickness” which can be fatal
Name Origin
  • N/A
White Snake-root flowers

White Snake-root flowers