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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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Goldenrod Plant is a Hardy Herbaceous Perennial Plant
Goldenrod plant is commonly known as Goldenrod has a scientific name of Solidago Rugosa. Goldenrod is a member of the Asteraceae genus. Like most of the Aster family, is a hardy herbaceous perennial plant that is native to North America. It is found throughout many US states from Michigan to Georgia and is also found growing wild in some parts of Canada.
Goldenrod Plant Thrives in Drier Soil Banks along Roadways and Attracts Migrating Bees and Butterflies
Found in drier soil banks along roadways or other raised natural features; the perennial can grow quite tall, with the central stalk sometimes reaching 5 feet in height. The long stems often hold many panicles of tiny flowers that create the overall showy blooms on the plant. These flowers are beautiful to butterflies and other insects. The plant has a long bloom time in late summer and early fall and is remarkably showy when you happen to drive past a large stand of it blooming all at once. The leaves of the goldenrod tend to be rough and wrinkly. The leaves give the plant it’s Latin name.
The root system allows the plant to tolerate wet and heavy clay soils. The root systems also tend to spread readily allowing the plant to take over a favorable area. Goldenrod it is not considered an invasive plant. Goldenrod would look beautiful in any landscape. The plant is not bothered by deer or other wildlife.
In late summer and early autumn, when many perennials are entering a more dormant stage, Golden Rod plants are bursting onto the scene with sprays of radiant yellow flowers to delight wildflower lovers.
Goldenrod (Solidago genus) has some important practical contributions to make in addition to their delicate beauty.
The larvae of useful insects find shelter in the Golden Rod. Once hatched, these beneficial insects may help eliminate harmful insects that seek to invade vegetable gardens. The presence of a Golden Rod plant nearby could increase your harvest of healthy vegetables.
Migrating bees and butterflies are attracted to the nectar of the blossoms, and might be more likely to stay in the area. The bees can provide a source of honey production, while both bees and butterflies will be busy pollinating crops and other plants.
Golden Rod plants are native to North America with over 100 species, assuring a species that flourishes in almost any climate or soil type. They prefer full sunlight and require little maintenance.
POPULAR GOLDEN ROD CULTIVARS
'Fireworks' Golden Rod (Graceful, cascading, golden branches)
- 'Goldenmosa' Golden Rod (Foot-long leafy stems topped with sprays of yellow blossoms)
- 'Little Lemon' Golden Rod (12-18 inches, perfect for smaller gardens)
Whether you prefer the natural-growing plant or one of the cultivars, Golden Rod branches lend an elegant touch to cut flower arrangements. They are easy to pick, snapping easily by hand. Combined with some lilies, late roses, cosmos, and purple cornflowers, Golden Rod blossoms will provide an exquisite centerpiece for your table.
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