Grows to 1.20 m tall in full sun to partial shade and medium moist, well-drained soil. Goldrods are supporting over 100 species of butterflies and moths as host plants and many specialist bees. They provide crucial late-season nectar of the highest quality. Monarchs need it to fuel their flight to Mexico and bees to prepare for hibernation. Birds love the seeds.enrods have extremely high wildlife value. They are the single most beneficial flower species by
Among the 30 species of goldenrod in Ontario there is a
perfect one for any garden condition.
Even for tough spots, heavy clay or extremely dry areas.
Only Canada Goldenrod spreads aggressively.
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