Hardiness Zone: 3-8 Height: 1.5-5 feet; 0.45-1.5 metres Spread: 1-1.5 feet; 0.3-0.45 metres Sun: Part shade Water: Medium to dry Bloom Colour: Yellow Tolerates: Drought Culture: Easily grown in medium to dry average soils in light shade. Not tolerant of high temperatures without some shade. Noteworthy Characteristics: Stout Goldenrod is often found in thin dry forests and woodlands, shale and fine talus slopes, and roadsides. Its reddish stems stand stiffly erect. Leaves are egg-shaped, and toothed. It usually forms a rosette of large leaves at the base. Leaves along the upper stem are small and narrow. Flowers form long clusters at the top of each stem. Individual flowers are closely attached to the stem. At the base of each flower are green back-curved tiny leaflets, a key identifying feature.
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