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A.k.a. solidago ohioensis. A shorter and impressively blooming goldenrod. Fairly adaptable, but favors wet clay. Blooms roughly a month before the similar looking Riddell’s goldenrod.


Light: Full Sun

Soil Moisture: Wet, Wet Mesic, Mesic

Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Sand

Height: 2'-3'

Bloom Color: Yellow

Bloom Time: Sep

Root Type: Fibrous

Notable Wildlife Interactions: Little data available- likely attracts and hosts a wide variety of insects as is common among goldenrods.

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