Sweet Golden Rod Seeds – Solidago odora Native Rain Garden Flower Power Pollinator Tracked Ship
Solidago odora – Is an essential pollinator host for many pollinator species particularly native bees, moths and butterflies.
Sweet golden-rod are popular late-season blooming sight across many north american regions, particularly as their are native species for each eco-region, thriving on sandy free-draining soil and waste-ground in full-sun.
Distribtion: Northeast America
Sweet scented goldenrod – Solidago is a mid-season flowering perennial essential for providing nectar for butterflies and pollinators.
Goldenrod grows from 3-4ft tall as the plant mature height and number of flowering stems increase as the hardy native perennial forms a network of roots.
Smooth lance-shaped leaves and a hairy rigid flower stem develops amass of yellow branched starlike flowers Aug thru September.
Thriving on poor soils and competing with grasses Solidago is happy on the prairie or at home in the cottage garden.
Some varieties prefer moist soil and can be grown successfully in a rain garden, however this species prefers it dry.
Popular with an array of pollinators, particularly bees.
This Goldenrod species is tolerant of drought conditions and flowers best in full sun
We hand collect and clean our seeds leaving the fluff intact to make sowing easier and prevent damaging the seed by removing.
Sow seeds with fluff attached that have been kept refrigerated for 4 or more weeks to help break seed dormancy>
Solidago odora seed raised from my own pollinator-friendly plants these golden spires are a welcome site thru fall till late November.
Easy to grow sow seeds direct where you would like them to flower, in Fall or Early Spring but the seeds may get damaged on germination and could take upto 2 years to flower from seed.
Link to full growing instructions will be included.