Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Early Goldenrod, Plume Goldenrod

Early Goldenrod, Plume Goldenrod

Solidago juncea

Full to part sun, medium to dry moisture level, grows in a wide range of soils including clay.  2-4 feet height, blooms mid-summer, yellow flowers, may produce rhizomes and vegetative offshoots.

Germination Code:  C(60), D

Native Region:  Scattered statewide

Earliest of the goldenrods to bloom.  Showy flowers on an attractive slender plant.  Easy to grow.  Attracts butterflies, bees and birds.

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