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Types of Goldenrod

Blue-​Stemmed Goldenrod​
Blue-​Stemmed Goldenrod​

Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod Solidago caesia Aster family (Asteraceae) Description: This herbaceous perennial wildflower is about 1½–3' tall and either unbranched or sparingly so.

Canada ​Goldenrod​
Canada ​Goldenrod​

Canada Goldenrod Solidago canadensis Aster family (Asteraceae) Description: This is a herbaceous perennial plant with a central stem that is 2-6' tall. Because of the wide distribution and the existence of several varieties, there is significant variability in the characteristics of local ecotypes.

Early ​Goldenrod​
Early ​Goldenrod​

Early Goldenrod occurs in mesic to slightly dry black soil prairies, sand prairies, gravel prairies, oak savannas, thickets, open areas of rocky upland woods, sunny waste areas, and abandoned fields. It is the earliest goldenrod to bloom in these habitats in Illinois.

Giant ​Goldenrod​
Giant ​Goldenrod​

Giant Goldenrod Solidago gigantea Aster family (Asteraceae) Description: This perennial wildflower is 3-7' tall and largely unbranched, except at the apex, where the flowering stalks occur. The central stem is light green or pale purple, terete, glabrous, and sometimes glaucous.

Late ​Goldenrod​
Late ​Goldenrod​

Goldenrod definition is - any of numerous chiefly North American composite perennial herbs (genus Solidago) with small heads of usually yellow late-blooming flowers often clustered in panicles.

Seaside ​Goldenrod​
Seaside ​Goldenrod​

Seaside goldenrod definition is - a vigorous showy goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens) that is common along the eastern and gulf coast of North America —called also beach goldenrod.

Solidago ​Decurrens​
Solidago ​Decurrens​

Solidago faucibus Wieboldt – gorge goldenrod; Solidago fistulosa P.Mill. – pine-barren goldenrod; Solidago flexicaulis L. – zigzag goldenrod, broadleaf goldenrod; Solidago gattingeri Chapman – Gattinger's goldenrod; Solidago gigantea Ait. – giant goldenrod, tall goldenrod, early goldenrod, smooth goldenrod; Solidago glabra Desf.

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Solidago ​Nemoralis​
Solidago ​Nemoralis​

The Plants Database includes the following 2 subspecies of Solidago nemoralis . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles.

Solidago ​Shortii​
Solidago ​Shortii​

Solidago shortii, commonly known as Short's goldenrod, is a species of goldenrod in the sunflower family. The only known populations of Short's goldenrod occur around the Blue Licks Battlefield State Park area of Kentucky and Harrison-Crawford State Forest in Indiana.

Solidago ​Speciosa​
Solidago ​Speciosa​

Solidago speciosa, commonly called showy goldenrod, is a rhizomatous, Missouri native perennial which typically occurs in dry soils in open woods, fields and prairies throughout most of the State except the Ozark region.

Solidago ​Virgaurea​
Solidago ​Virgaurea​

Solidago virgaurea (European goldenrod or woundwort) is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae. It is widespread across most of Europe as well as North Africa and northern, central, and southwestern Asia (China, Russia, India, Turkey, Kazakhstan, etc.).

Wrinkleleaf ​Goldenrod​
Wrinkleleaf ​Goldenrod​

Solidago rugosa Mill. – wrinkleleaf goldenrod Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 5 subspecies of Solidago rugosa . Click below ...

Zigzag ​Goldenrod​
Zigzag ​Goldenrod​

Solidago flexicaulis, commonly called zigzag or broadleaf goldenrod, is a rhizomatous perennial that is native to rich woods and thickets from Nova Scotia to North Dakota south to Georgia and Arkansas.