Solidago flexicaulis

Solidago flexicaulis


Zig-Zag Goldenrod Categories: ,


Soil: Hydric(Wet) to Xeric(Dry)
Sun: Full-Shade
Height: 1-3′
Color: Yellow
Blooms: July-October
Flowers: Individual .25″ flowers are clustered in clumps along the stem. The 1″-2″ round clusters are located where the leaves meet the stem.
Leaves: The 1″-3″ leaves are oval and coarsely toothed.

Suggested Uses:

This is a beautiful goldenrod and because of the range of soil and sun exposure possibilities, this plant lends itself very well to the shoreline restoration project! It is also a nice choice for the shaded raingarden. It’s arching flower stalks even look a bit like golden rain! This plant attracts a variety of beneficial insects, which provides a source of food for woodland songbirds.


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.” The flower clumps seem to zig-zag up the stem.
Other Names: Feathery False Lily of the Valley

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions N/A

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