Solidago ruguosa 'Fireworks' seedling - 1 gal
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Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks' Goldenrod Flower Color Yellow. Golden yellow. Flower Shape and Structure Notes. Dense, plume-like panicles on ends of stiff stems thirty-six to forty-two inches tall. Flower Size Less than 1-inch Bloom Time September, October Foliage Leaf Plant type Perennial Habit and Form Upright/Vase-shaped, Clumping Height 2-4 feet Spread 2-4 feet Water Requirements Average moisture. Tolerates moister soils than many other goldenrods. Light Requirements Part Sun/Part Shade, Full Sun Soil Conditions Adaptable, Well-drained Additional Features Plants to attract wildlife Horticultural Uses Specimen, Will naturalize Great Plant Pick GPP - Perennial. (GPP) is an educational plant awards program of outstanding plants for the maritime Pacific Northwest. To date, over 800 exceptional plants have been selected for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountain range from Eugene, Oregon to Vancouver, British Columbia. Pests and Diseases Disease Prone, Pest Resistant. Deer. Additional Comments Deer resistant. Tolorates moister soils than many other goldenrods.