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Upland Boneset Conservation status Secure (NatureServe)[1] Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Asterids Order: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Tribe: Eupatorieae Genus: Eupatorium Species: E. sessilifolium Binomial name Eupatorium sessilifolium L. Eupatorium sessilifolium, commonly called Upland Boneset or Sessile-leaved Boneset, is a herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae. This species is native to eastern North America, where it blooms in late summer with white flowers. Description Upland Boneset has stems that grow from 50 to over 100 centimeters tall. They are produced from a caudice or short rhizome. The top of the stems, where the branching begins to the flower heads, have short hairs, while the lower part of the stems have no hairs. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs and are toothed. The leaf bases are rounded and the leaves are sessile (lacking stalks), but they do not clasp around the stem. The foliage is dotted with glands. Eupatorium sessilifolium blooms in August and September (July in the southern part of its range), and the small inflorescences are branched and composed of widely-spaced, white flower heads in corymbiform arrays. The heads typically have five or six disc florets per head, and no ray florets.[2][3] Upland Boneset has a wide distribution within the eastern and central United States,[4] but is endangered in Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It is a threatened species in Michigan, and legally protected in that state.[5] Hybrids As is common in Eupatorium, E. sessilifolium can form hybrids with other species in the genus. In particular, Eupatorium godfreyanum is a hybrid of E. sessilifolium and Eupatorium rotundifolium (although it reproduces by apomixis and thus can be found outside the range of the two parent species).[6] References ^ "Eupatorium sessilifolium". NatureServe Explorer. NatureServe. Retrieved 2010-09-12.  ^ ^ "Eupatorium". Flora of North America.  ^ ^ ^ Kunsiri Chaw Siripun and Edward E. Schilling (2006). "Molecular confirmation of the hybrid origin of Eupatorium godfreyanum (Asteraceae)". American Journal of Botany 93 (2): 319–325. doi:10.3732/ajb.93.2.319.