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UPC: 794094310144
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Common Name: Joe Pye Weed
Plant Type: Perennial
Exposure: Sun
Hardiness Zone: 4-8
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Summer-Fall
Garden Height: 24 Inches
Garden Spread: 24-36 Inches
Size Category: Mid: 16 to 36 Inches
Deer Resistant: Yes
Pot Size: 5.25 Inch Square Pot

Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'


Pot Size: 5.25 Inch Square Pot

  • Our smallest Joe Pye--perfect for small gardens & combo pots
  • Attractive to butterflies and bees
  • Prefers moist soil

Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe' is a more compact form of Joe Pye Weed and a fine choice for smaller gardens. The dome-shaped, magenta-pink flowers bloom in late summer and are attractive to butterflies. The flowers sit atop tall and sturdy reddish-purple stems. This makes a great combination with ornamental grasses and coneflowers.

Uses: Bog, Containers, Groundcover, Naturalizing
Nature Attraction: Butterflies
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Native
Growth Habit: Upright

Photos courtesy of Ball Horticultural Company

Customer reviews

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  • Baby Joe

    Posted by Dianne on Jun 12th 2022

    Plant arrived timely and healthy; the packaging was very professionally done.

  • Eupatorium 'Baby Joe'

    Posted by Deborah Geppert on May 21st 2021

    Baby Joe arrived in perfect condition (your packing is a marvel of engineering) and is growing like mad!

  • Very good product

    Posted by Mark S Donnell on Oct 15th 2020

    I bought two of these and planted each in a five-gallon bucket with holes drilled in the bottom. Here at 6000 feet in hot, very dry New Mexico, I doubt that they would have survived in the ground, but they did excellently in the large pots with potting soil. They grew rapidly to two foot heights and flowered profusely in late summer. The leaves are a very pretty deep green, and the plants are attractive even when not in bloom. In pots, with adequate water, they can probably be grown anywhere. Two thumbs up ! (Sorry, that is all the thumbs that I have). Highly recommend.

  • Bees love it!

    Posted by CYNTHIA JOHNSON on Oct 22nd 2019

    Baby Joe bloomed prolifically and the bees were all over it. Sometimes, I would find that the bees had spent the night on the plant, hanging upside down, if the night was a little cool. It was about 4 feet tall and 2-2.5 feet wide.