Hundredfold Gray Goldenrod, Old Field Goldenrod 500 Flower Seeds - Solidago nemoralis Canada Native Wildflower, Dwarf Goldenrod, Attract Bees and Butterflies
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This handsome species produces showy displays in late summer and early fall
Individual plants bloom at various times, thus extending the flowering season
Native goldenrod supports 115 species of native butterflies and moths, according to Professor Tallamy. It is a keystone native perennial
Each package contains 500 seeds
Hundredfold is a Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply.
It is shorter and less aggressive than the more common tall goldenrod, It works well in a low wildflower meadow, a sunny garden, or as a cut flower
A clump-forming perennial, goldenrods are often found in meadows with New England Asters. Image 2 shows a nice display of fall colors in Southern Toronto with a mixture of gold (goldenrod), white (upland white aster), and purple (New England aster). Douglas
Tallamy, a professor of wildlife ecology at the University of Delaware, writes in “Nature’s Best Hope,” his most recent book: “Across the United States, Solidago is the top-ranked genus in terms of hosting the ecologically valuable caterpillars that feed our breeding birds and fall migrants.” He calls it “a cornerstone plant for meadow and prairies,” noting that winter-resident birds depend on its seed, as do “voles and mice that feed hawks, owls, weasels, coyotes and foxes.”
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