Solidago rugosa FIREWORKS Rough Goldenrod Attract Butterflies Honey Bees Yellow Flowers Late Summer-Fall Bloom Hardy Perennial Garden Plant!

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Made in Hayden, Idaho

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Live plants are usually cut back for ease of shipment but plenty of healthy/new growth will surely follow. Please be sure to unpack and plant your plant(s) upon delivery.

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Botanical Name: Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'

Common Name: Rough Goldenrod

Bloom Time: September to October

Flower: Yellow

Plant Height: 30 to 36 inches

Foliage: Green

Plant size: 2.5" pot

Sun: Full Sun

Life-cycle: Perennial

Tolerate: Deer, Clay soil, Wet Soil

USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-8

Culture:

Easily grown in average, slightly acidic, medium to wet, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade. May be grown from seed and may self-seed in the garden. This is a rhizomatous, spreading plant. Plants may self-seed in the garden.

Noteworthy Characteristics:

Solidago rugosa, commonly called rough goldenrod, rough-stemmed goldenrod or wrinkle-leaved goldenrod, features panicles of showy yellow flowers in late summer to fall (August to October). Flowers bloom at the ends of rough, hairy, often unbranched stems clad with hairy, ovate to lanceolate, medium to dark green leaves (to 4" long) with crenate to sharply serrate margins and broad-margined stalks. Deep pinnate veins give the leaves a rough and wrinkled appearance. The central stem is erect and densely hairy, typically rising to 3-5' tall. This goldenrod is native from NewFoundland to Ontario and Michigan south to Missouri, Texas and Georgia. In Missouri, it is found in the southeast corner of the State in wet ground of swales, swampy meadows, and thickets, along spring branches and streams, swampy woodland, wet places in prairies but sometimes on dry sandy knolls and ledges (Steyermark). Goldenrods are attractive to bees and butterflies. Goldenrods have been wrongfully accused of causing hay fever which is actually an allergic reaction to wind-borne pollen from other plants such as ragweed.

Genus name comes from the Latin words solidus meaning whole and ago meaning to make in reference to the medicinal healing properties of some species plants.

Specific epithet from Latin means wrinkled for the leaves.

'Fireworks' features tiny, bright yellow flowers borne in dense, plume-like panicles on the ends of stiff, alternate-leaved stems typically growing 36-42" tall. Lacy flower panicles purportedly resemble fireworks, hence the cultivar name. Fall bloom period (September-October).

Garden Uses:

Provides good color and contrast for the late summer to early fall perennial border, wild garden, meadow or naturalized area.


FAQs

Certain plants prefer colder climates and others prefer mild winters. So knowing what your hardy zone is very important. For example, if I needed to find out what my hardy zone is, I would go to Google and type in "Coeur d' Alene, Idaho hardy zone. It's that simple!

Yes, I only offer top size bulbs so you can rest assured that they will perform well and bloom in your garden the very same season. However, certain plants like Peonies may take two seasons to grow be for showing flowers. For best results be sure plant your bulbs as soon as they arrive. If you purchase bulbs in the Fall they should be planted in the Fall. If you purchase in the Spring they should be planted in the Spring (after danger of frost has passed).

Certain plants prefer colder climates and others prefer mild winters. So knowing what your hardy zone is very important. For example, if I needed to find out what my hardy zone is, I would go to Google and type in "Coeur d' Alene, Idaho hardy zone. It's that simple!

Yes, I only offer top size bulbs so you can rest assured that they will perform well and bloom in your garden the very same season. However, certain plants like Peonies may take two seasons to grow be for showing flowers. For best results be sure plant your bulbs as soon as they arrive. If you purchase bulbs in the Fall they should be planted in the Fall. If you purchase in the Spring they should be planted in the Spring (after danger of frost has passed).


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My plants came thoughtfully and carefully packaged. Super healthy. They are in the ground, and I’m excited to see them flourish.
Jun 3, 2018 by Karen Le

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