Tall ironweed is distributed widely across the eastern half of the United States and is found in low damp areas of pastures and roadsides. This tall, upright plant can approach 10 feet under optimum growing conditions but more commonly grows to about 5 feet. Tall ironweed is rarely eaten by animals. The leaves are rough and sharply toothed, with small downy hairs on the underside of the leaf. The

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