Very showy clusters of bright yellow flowers on stiff reddish stems with narrow leaves. Clump forming plants bloom in late summer and early fall. The vertical flower clusters go well with rough blazing stars, New England aster, and other tall species.
Grow in full sun in slightly dry to slightly moist soil. Very adaptable.
Use: Grow in wildflower meadows, prairies and butterfly gardens. Excellent cut flower.
Other Common Name: Noble GoldenrodNative Environment: Open woods; prairies
USDA Zone: 3 to 8
USDA Map: SOSP2
Height: 3 to 4 feet
Spread: 1.5 to 2 feet
Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennials
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Season of Interest: July to September
Soil Moisture: Dry / Moderate
Wildlife Benefit: Food/Pollinators / Butterfly / Moth Nectar
Nature Attracting: Butterflies, Native Bees
Special Usage: Fresh Cut Flower
Tolerate: Deer, Drought, Clay Soil