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Solidago caesia   

Yellow star-like flowers bloom late summer to fall, up and down 1-3' tall, greenish purple, arching stems with lightly toothed, lance-shaped leaves. Lends itself to native, woodland and cottage gardens or borders. 

    Common Name:Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod
    Hardiness Zones:4-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average to dry, well drained soil.

About Solidago: Solidago, whose common name is Goldenrod has received a bad rap in that they don’t cause allergies. The culprit is almost invariably ragweed, which often grows in the same spots as goldenrod. With many cultivars and hybrids to choose from for the fall border no garden should be without these wonderful, butterfly attracters. They also make a great cut flower.