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Stiff Goldenrod (Solidago rigida). Dry to moist prairies and open woodlands. 3-5 ft. tall. Gold flowers in Early Fall. Full-Sun. Staple in prairie gardens. great pollen source. Attracts bees & butterflies. Average to infertile, well-draining soils. Rhizome spreading and self-seeding. Good with joe-pye-weed and coneflowers. Lot's of varieties.

Save the Monarch butterflies! Grow milkweed, and other wildflowers, in your yards. Habitat loss has lead to the death of Monarchs by the millions

Stiff Goldenrod (Solidago rigida) Jumbo Wildflower Seed Packet (1750) by Everwilde Farms Inc.. $2.75. Goldenrods have long been falsely accused of causing hay fever, instead of being enjoyed in wildflower gardens! This variety is loved by bees and butterflies and is easy to care for. If the spent clusters are removed it encourages more vivid yellow blooms!

Stiff Goldenrod (Oligoneuron rigidum or Solidago rigidum). Eastern Colorado native perennial. Food source for birds, bees, and butterflies.

Native Flowers, Native Bees & Monarch Gardens: Amorpha False Indigo, Boltonia False Aster, Symphyotrichum laeve Smooth Aster, Dalea purpurea Prairie Clover, Rudbeckia Black Eyed Susan, Monarda fistulosa Wild Bergamot, Solidago rigida Goldenrod, and Vervain or Verbena stricta, to name a few