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Showy Goldenrod is a late-bloomer, providing blooms and nectar late into the fall season when much of the landscape has stopped producing for the year, making it an important variety...
Zig Zag Goldenrod helps extend the life and eco-system of your garden through the fall with small, bright yellow flowers that attract butterflies and other pollinators. This easy-to-...
Stiff Goldenrod’s tall, bright green foliage produces cheerful, yellow blooms that are butterfly-magnets. This native perennial is easy to grow and adaptable, illuminating the late...
Bright yellow Goldenrod is favorited by Monarch butterflies and hordes of other pollinators who rely on its nectar-rich blooms to carry them through the end of the season. Allow flowerheads to remain in place overwinter to create habitat for birds and small insects. This native wildflower thrives in full-sun areas and dry or average soils, making it an easy addition to areas where the gardener has yet to bring about improvements. Zig Zag, a woodland Goldenrod, does tolerate part-shade but requires a richer soil. All are deer-resistant.