Gray Goldenrod Plug Flat

$75.00 + Tax

$75.00 + Tax

Description

Solidago nemoralis, or Gray Goldenrod, is a herbaceous perennial wildflower native to the U.P., Michigan, and much of the U.S. and Canada. It tolerates drought and dry rocky or sandy soils but prefers dry to medium, well-drained, slightly acidic soil in full sun, where it typically reaches 2″ in height. It can grow in partial but not full shade. Gray Goldenrod is a hardy plant found often in fields, pastures, and roadsides, and it will often grow in poor soils that challenge other plants. Each colony will display a mass of yellow flowers from late summer through the fall and individual plants bloom at various times, extending the flowering season.

This rhizomatous plant will spread and can colonize an area by creeping rhizomes and self-seeding but is not aggressive, especially when provided some competition. It is well suited to meadows or larger gardens where it can naturalize and may not be suited to small spaces. A flat will include 38 individual plants.