Solidago missouriensis, or Missouri Goldenrod, is a forb in the sunflower family that can be found in woodlands and semidesert grasslands/shrublands between 650-9000 ft. This plant grows to be about 3 tall and has medium water requirements. It’s inflorescences can be seen covered in small, yellow flowers from June-October and are pollinated by native bees. Plant in partial shade to full sun. Transplants well, spreads and reseeds readily. Plant in any soil type.
Missouri Goldenrod, Solidago missouriensis