This unusual goldenrod has upright spikes of white flowers with yellow stamens clustered along the stem from July through October(hence the 'bicolor' name), simple leaves decrease in size up the stem, a plant of dry open woods, salt tolerant, terrific source of pollen and nectar for pollinators, butterflies, and beneficial insects.
1-3 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4b-7b
Native Range: PEI to s. ON & WI, south to LA & the mountains of GA
Germination - Easy: Cold Stratify 8 weeks, surface sow.
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