Stiff Goldenrod Plug Flat

$75.00 + Tax

$75.00 + Tax

Description

Solidago rigida, also known as stiff goldenrod, is a perennial wildflower native to Michigan. Stiff Goldenrod reaches 3 to 4 feet tall and flowers from August to October with a tight yellow cluster of blossoms. A little taller than other goldenrods, it makes a good background plant, with dramatic flowerheads that stick up over many other natives. The big flower clusters make for efficient bee feeding and are quite striking.  It prefers full sun or slight shade, medium to dry soil and will grow in clay, loam or sand. It is also an important food source for birds, and deer resistant.  Like all goldenrods, it is not wind pollinated and is unlikely to cause seasonal allergies. A flat will include 38 individual plants.