"False Boneset, Western False Boneset"
Kuhnia named after Dr. Adam Kuhn and eupatorioides from its similarity to Eupatorium.
Found throughout the entire country on dry prairies and plains and in open, rocky woods. Cream to white-colored blooms from late August through October. Can reach a height of 2 to 3 feet.
Native Americans of the Great Plains used K. eupatorioides as a poultice to reduce swelling. Its very bitter taste precluded any use as a food source.
|Sun Exposure||Prairie, Savanna|
|Soil Moisture||Dry Mesic, Dry|
Summer, Fall August, September
|Max Height||3 feet|
|Seeds Per Packet||200|
|Seeds Per Ounce||32,000|
Edible Uses: Unknown
Medicinal Uses: Diaphoretic, tonic.
Herbal Uses: Unknown