One could certainly argue that almost all of the Goldenrods are showy, but this one is particularly nice! Dense pyramidal bunches of 1/4 inch rich yellow flowers from August through October, large basal leaves (up to 10 inches) decreasing in size up the (frequently reddish) stem, clay and drought tolerant, caterpillar host, some songbirds feast on the seeds, attracts butterflies.
Native Range: NH west to ND, & south to GA, TX & NM
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 8 weeks.
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