Wide-spreading panicles of yellow florets appear beginning in July and bloom into October on this goldenrod. Found in savannas and woodlands, Elm-leaved Goldenrod reaches about three feet in height and does well in mesic to dry-mesic soils. As with all goldenrods, it is beloved by pollinators and many moths use it as a larval host.
- Sun Exposure Savanna/Woodland
- Soil Conditions Mesic, Dry- Mesic
- Height 3'
- Flower Color Yellow
- Flower Time August, Sept, Oct
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Photo By: Robert H. Mohlenbrock @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database / USDA NRCS. 1995.