Solidago rigida (Stiff goldenrod)


Type: Forb

Area: Prairie

Height: 3′ – 5′

Bloom Months: Aug, Sept

Color: Yellow

Sun: Full Sun

Moisture: Dry, Mesic

Soil:  Clay, Loam, Sand

Attracts/Benefits: Birds, Butterflies and Pollinators

Notes: Deer resistant, easy to grow for “native plant newbies”

Photo credit: Prairie Moon Nursery and Sharon Yiesla

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Description from Possibility Place: Stiff Goldenrod is a tall prairie plant with large, bright yellow flower clusters.  Clusters can be up to 4 inches wide, with 2-4 clusters branching off the top of a central stalk.  Blooms occur late summer to early fall and last about a month.  Flowers attract a wide range of bees, butterflies and other pollinators looking for their last bits of pollen and nectar of the season.  This plant can grow in a wide range of soil conditions and will prolifically reseed if not deadheaded.  Can also be referenced as Oligoneuron rigidum.

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