Flat top goldenrod plants grow in parts of North America and can be considered a nuisance in a few regions. While the plant itself is not particularly spectacular, the pretty flattened clusters of golden yellow flowers that bloom all summer are a treat. Learn more here.
While not widely distributed, growing Ohio goldenrod is possible by purchasing seeds. The following article contains information on how to grow Ohio goldenrod and about Ohio goldenrod care within a native growing environment. Click here for more info.
Rough goldenrod flowers bloom in the fall and add a spectacular, rich yellow to the autumnal landscape. As a native wildflower, it looks great in perennial beds and natural areas of your garden. Care is easy too, and this article will help get you started.
If you are thinking of growing stiff goldenrod (Solidago rigida), it will bring an easy-care and eye-catching native plant into your garden. For more rigid goldenrod information and tips on how grow stiff goldenrod, click on the article that follows.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Goldenrods spring up in mass in the natural summer landscape. Topped with plumes of fluffy yellow flowers, goldenrod is sometimes considered a weed, but it doesn't have to be. Learn more about it in this article.