Phonetic: so-li-DAY-go KESS-ee-uh
Unlike many goldenrods, Blue Stemmed Goldenrod prefers light shade. It is also a well- behaved species that will not spread aggressively. Goldenrod is an important source of fall pollen and nectar.
- Hardiness: 4-8
- Native Region: USDA Plant Database
- Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Shade
- Flower Color: Yellow
- Bloom Time: August, September, October
- Soil Type: Med to Med Dry
- Mature Plant Size: 3'H, 2'W
- Plant Spacing: 2'
- Host Plant: The Asteroid, Brown-hooded Owlet and Wavy-lined Emerald
- Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Birds
- Advantages: Deer resistant, drought tolerant
- Landscape Uses: Butterfly garden, perennial border, mass planting
- Companion Plants: Jack in the Pulpit, various asters
- Deer Resistant