Solidago rigida is a Wisconsin Native perennial forb. It is found throughout the US, east of the Rocky Mountains. Dense, flat-topped clusters of tiny, bright yellow flowers appear from August-September. Individual flowers are larger than those of most other native goldenrods. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil, its native habitats include moist to slightly dry black soil prairies, clay prairies, savannas, thickets, limestone glades, abandoned fields and roadsides.
A Native, Naturally! Forb, it prefers full sun in average, well-drained soil.
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