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          Conoclinium greggii (Gregg's mistflower )
          DiQuilio, Carol

          Conoclinium greggii

          Conoclinium greggii (A. Gray) Small

          Gregg's Mistflower , Palmleaf Thoroughwort, Palm-leaf Mistflower, Palm-leaf Thoroughwort, Purple Palmleaf Mistflower, Purple Palmleaf Eupatorium

          Asteraceae (Aster Family)

          Synonym(s): Conoclinium dissectum, Eupatorium greggii

          USDA Symbol: COGR10

          USDA Native Status: L48 (N)

          Palm-leaf mistflower is a perennial up to 2 ft. tall with palmate leaves deeply divided into three lobes which are again pinnately dissected. Small, purplish-blue flowers cluster together to form puffy, 2 in., cushion-like flower heads.

          The species name “greggii?was named for Josiah Gregg, (1806-1850). He was born in Overton County, Tennessee. In the summer of 1841 and again in the winter of 1841-42 he traveled through Texas, up the Red River valley, and later from Galveston to Austin and by way of Nacogdoches to Arkansas. He took note of Texas geology, trees, prevalent attitudes, and politics. At the same time, Gregg began compiling his travel notes into a readable manuscript. His “Commerce of the Prairies? which came out in two volumes in 1844, was an immediate success. In 1848 he joined a botanical expedition to western Mexico and California, during which he corresponded with and sent specimens to the eminent botanist George Engelman in St. Louis. Subsequently, the American Botanical Society added the Latin name “greggii?in his honor to twenty-three species of plants. Gregg died on February 25, 1850, as a result of a fall from his horse.

           

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          Plant Characteristics

          Duration: Perennial
          Habit: Herb
          Size Notes: 1.5-2 feet.
          Flower:
          Fruit:
          Size Class: 1-3 ft.

          Bloom Information

          Bloom Color: Blue , Purple
          Bloom Time: Mar , Apr , May , Jun , Jul , Aug , Sep , Oct , Nov

          Distribution

          USA: AZ , NM , TX
          Native Distribution: W. TX to s.e. AZ south to Durango and Zacatecas in northern Mexico
          Native Habitat: Frequent along stream beds and overflow areas in the Trans-Pecos, east to Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plains. Sand, loam, clay or limestone. Seasonally flooded stream beds; plains; overflow areas

          Growing Conditions

          Water Use: Medium
          Light Requirement: Sun , Part Shade
          Soil Moisture: Dry
          Soil Description: Gravelly, calcareous soils.
          Conditions Comments: Greggs Mistflower can be a good ground cover and spreads easily by roots. Often attracts very impressive numbers of Queen butterflies in the Fall.

          Benefit

          Use Wildlife: This plant provides deer browse. Butterflies love the interesting divided flowers.
          Conspicuous Flowers: yes
          Attracts: Butterflies
          Larval Host: Rawsons Metalmark
          Nectar Source: yes

          Propagation

          Propagation Material: Seeds
          Description: Not Available
          Seed Collection: Not Available
          Seed Treatment: Not Available
          Commercially Avail: yes

          National Wetland Indicator Status

          Region:AGCPAKAWCBEMPGPHIMWNCNEWMVE
          Status: FACU FACW UPL
          This information is derived from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Wetland Plant List, Version 3.1 (Lichvar, R.W. 2013. The National Wetland Plant List: 2013 wetland ratings. Phytoneuron 2013-49: 1-241). Click here for map of regions.

          From the National Organizations Directory

          According to the species list provided by Affiliate Organizations, this plant is on display at the following locations:

          Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - Austin, TX
          NPSOT - Native Plant Society of Texas - Fredericksburg, TX
          NPSOT - Fredericksburg Chapter - Fredericksburg, TX
          NPSOT - Austin Chapter - Austin, TX
          National Butterfly Center - Mission, TX
          NPSOT - Williamson County Chapter - Georgetown, TX

          Bibliography

          Bibref 318 - Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region (2002) Wasowski, S. & A. Wasowski

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          Additional resources

          USDA: Find Conoclinium greggii in USDA Plants
          FNA: Find Conoclinium greggii in the Flora of North America (if available)
          Google: Search Google for Conoclinium greggii

          Metadata

          Record Modified: 2017-09-06
          Research By: TWC Staff, GDB

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