400 seeds $2.25
Solidago nemoralis produces loads of bright lemon-yellow flowers in the fall, providing nectar for hummingbirds, butterflies and beneficial insects. This graceful goldenrod species is relatively short and has a vase-shaped habit. Solidago nemoralis is drought tolerant and easy to grow. It self-sows prolifically, so cut it down after blooming if you don't want more plants.
Solidago nemoralis is native to North America. It's one of the smallest species, which makes it useful for home gardeners. Also known as Gray Goldenrod, Old Field Goldenrod, and Prairie Goldenrod. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Sowing Solidago nemoralis Seeds
Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost date. Sow on the surface. Can be slow to germinate. Full sun to light shade. Spacing 15".
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