'Phantom' Joe Pye Weed was hybridized by Herbert Oudshoorn of Holland to produce a compact but heavily flowering Eupatorium. The flower clumps emerge wine red in July, and mature to a strong pink. The shorter size produces stronger stems supporting the showy compound flowers, which are an attractive addition to a cut flower arrangement. This tough native is a great butterfly attractant in mid to late summer, and it also is deer resistant. (New genus name is Entrochium)
PRN Preferred: All the great attributes of a Joe Pye Weed but a more compact form.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Eupatorium maculatum Phantom #1 (pink)
Eupatorium maculatum Phantom #3 (pink)
Characteristics & Attributes
PRN Preferred Selection
Clay Soil Tolerant
Wet Site Tolerant
Companion Plants to Eupatorium maculatum 'Phantom'