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Typically blooming from late July to early September, this North American native grows in moist black soil and sand prairies, sedge meadows, marshes, fens, and swampy thickets. It prefers full to part sun, moist conditions and rich, humusy calcareous soils. It is a tall prairie species and grows 4-6 feet tall. Butterflies, honey bees and wild bees are attracted to the nectar.