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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. No shipping.

Missouri Goldenrod, Solidago missouriensis, container plant

  • 6500-9000'