Gravel Root


This plant can be found stretching it’s tall purple, perennial flowers towards the sun in moist woodlands throughout the Northwest, Central and Eastern parts of the US and Canada. It’s referred to frequently as “Joe Pye Weed” after a legend of a Native American in New England named Joe Pye (Jopi) who used the plant to treat various ailments.* It’s also sometimes referred to as Queen of the Meadow, another…


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