This rare 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
Ontario is home to many species of goldenrod flowers. Riddell’s goldenrod is native to Ontario, however, it has become extremely rare now. It can’t even be found in many conservation areas.
Luckily I found a few scattered along an abandoned railway track and took a few precious pictures of them. One day, hopefully, Riddell’s goldenrod can be found in many folk’s backyards, doing the jobs they are supposed to do, such as attracting native bees, feeding songbirds, and beautifying your space.
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