Sun Exposure: Sun
Soil Moisture: Medium-Dry, Dry
Soil Type: Sand, Sandy-Loam, Gravely
Height: 1 - 2 feet
Spread: 2 feet
Blooms: July, August, September
Habitat: Prairies, Alvars (open limestone area) along the Great Lakes, Rocky cliffs. This plant is found in high quality natural areas.
Landscape uses: Pollinator gardens, Meadow plantings, Naturalization, Drought resistant, Rock Gardens
Complimentary Plants: Little Bluestem, Hoary Vervain, Black-eyed Susan
Wildlife Value: The flowers attract many kinds of butterflies, skippers and moths
Seed Origin: Ontario
Germination Code: A
Oligoneuron album - White Goldenrod
This goldenrod is very unusual because it looks like an aster, and it was even classified as an aster for many years. It is a drought tolerant plant that would make a nice addition to a rock garden or planting in dry sunny areas.