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On a bright late summer day, the purple flowers of ironweed glow. Ironweeds can take their place in sunny moist beds and borders, rain gardens, and beside ponds and streams. In limited space, cut the stems by half in early summer to control height. They are magnets for butterflies.
In damp sunny spots, Joe-Pye weeds flattish heads of dusty pink flowers will see eye to eye with purple ironweed.Sunflower, perennial
The numerous 3-inch yellow daisies of swamp sunflower are perfect companions for deep purple New York ironweed.Aster
White, pink, or purple New York asters show off well against New York ironweed in sunny gardens.