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Boneset was given its name because it was once thought it could heal broken bones. The leaves of the plant were wrapped with the bandages and splints to set broken bones. This north American native grows in moist woods, thickets and low lying areas. The white, flat-topped flowers appear in mid to late summer and are very attractive to a diversity of pollinators. It can tolerate occasional temporary flooding and is recommended for rain gardens and bioswales.