Solidago sempervirens (Seaside goldenrod) drought and salt tolerant, Apprx 3-4ft when blooming. Showy golden blooms in late summer-fall. Goldenrods are among the most important late-season pollinator plants. Honey bees feast on goldenrod nectar before winter. Butterflies and many other pollinators rely on goldenrods as a major food source. Beekeepers often use goldenrods as the primary food source for winter. Some sources report that goldenrod nectar has an average sugar concentration of 33%. Full sun
I love my 3 seaside goldenrod that i recieved from Mail Order Natives. The plants arrived in good shape and were a nice size.. . Thank you!