Euthamia graminifolia (Solidago graminifolia)

Euthamia graminifolia (Solidago graminifolia)


Grass-Leaved Goldenrod Categories: ,


Soil: Hydric (Wet) to Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full to Part
Height: 1′-4′
Color: Yellow
Blooms: July-August
Flowers: The flowers appear in flat-topped clusters. The flower heads are about 1/5″ long with 10-20 ray flowers and 8-12 disk flowers.
Leaves: The leaves are 3″-5″ long with 3-5 veins. They are very narrow and pointed, thus giving the plant its common name of “grass-leaved”. The stem is usually hairless, or slightly hairy.

Suggested Uses:

This plant is another shoreline workhorse. It grows on sandy, moist shoreline, as well as drier sites in full to part sun. It is also a good choice for a large raingarden.


Interesting Facts

More Info: Goldenrod does NOT cause hay fever or allergies. It is pollinated by insects, not by the wind.
Name: Solidago comes from the latin “solidare”, meaning “to make whole.”
Other Name:  Solidago graminifolia

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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