Solidago nemoralis

Solidago nemoralis


Old Field Goldenrod Categories: ,


Soil: Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full
Height: 6″-36″
Color: Yellow
Blooms: August-October

Suggested Uses:

This is one of the lowest growing of the goldenrods. It’s showy arching flower stalks are splashy and blooms later than the others. It does well on dry, sandy and gravelly sites and is an excellent choice for upland prairie and shoreline restoration. It is attractive to numerous beneficial insects. Butterflies enjoy their nectar late in the season!

Interesting Facts

Medicinal Uses:
Food Uses:
Other Uses: Dries well for winter bouquets.
More Info: Goldenrod does NOT cause hay fever or allergies. It is pollinated by insects, not by the wind. Goldfinches may enjoy these seeds!
Name: Solidago comes from the latin “solidare”, meaning “to make whole.”
Other Names: Gray Goldenrod

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions N/A

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