The blooms open a few at a time in late summer, shifting the color to a subtle, soft yellow.  These understated blossoms are a booming nectar source, though, drawing and sustaining honeybees, bumblebees, Halictid bees, and butterflies throughout the fall season and oftentimes up to the first frost.

The Iroquois use a compound of this plant for poison ivy and itching.


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