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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
The plants are topped with pillowy yellow blooms, and the flower is classified as a weed in some gardens since it grows so aggressively. Goldenrods have several uses. The plant is a safe covering for insect larvae and is very attractive to butterflies. These flowers are easy to grow and give your garden a refreshing burst of color. Stiff Goldenrod offers vibrant flowers. If you plant it once, it revisits you year after year; It has yellow blooms, usually in the spring and summer. This plant grows in freshly grazed prairies and the dry woods from south Texas and Georgia. It works well for plantings on the roadside and in wildflower gardens. The stiff Goldenrod has stiff stems with tiny hairs on them. The leaves and stems are green with a large yellow bushy flower on top; The roots are fibrous and low-growing. It can grow up in most states and most countries.
Stiff Goldenrod is a native grass. It has a golden yellow flower which will show in the spring and summer months. Goldenrod can reach heights of up to 5 feet to pair with other native grasses or water plants as an accent piece. This plant is commonly used to restore prairies and areas prone to erosion. This plant will come back year after year, which will give you a significant investment. It needs no fertilizer or nitrogen during the first year. However, it can become deficient in phosphorus and potassium.
You'll notice that these tiny creatures will stay in your yard for extended periods when goldenrods are there. The flowers also attract insects that are beneficial for the garden. These insects ward off bugs that can harm the stems and leaves of the goldenrod. Goldenrods are also disease resistant, making them a perfect addition to a low-maintenance garden. To keep the goldenrods from growing in areas where you don't want them, plant the flowers in containers or place barriers in your garden bed so the underground spread of the plant is confined to one space.
Most goldenrod species are native to the U.S. The perennial plants thrive on rainwater and add aesthetic appeal to any landscape. Goldenrods are often accused of being the cause of seasonal allergies. However, ragweed, the actual cause of summer allergies, pollinates at the same time as goldenrods, which is why people often confuse the two. Goldenrods start flowering near the end of summer and into the fall.
Goldenrods grow between 1 1/2 to 5 feet tall and grow best in full sun. You may have to stake the taller plants to keep them from bending over too far. Pruning the flowers back at the start of summer will grow more like pushes than independent blooms. These plants develop best in hardiness zones 3-9.
Golden Rod (Solidago speciosa) is most recognized by its golden flower clusters on top of woody stalks, usually appearing in mid-to-late summer. These club-shaped terminal clusters typically consist of tubular flowers measuring 0.125 inches sitting erect on reddish stems. Once Golden Rod reach maturity, they often stand three feet tall, and they are often as wide as they are tall. These grasses usually do better in full sun, but they tolerate partial shade.
Stiff Goldenrod offers vibrant flowers. If you plant it once, it revisits you year after year; It has yellow blooms, usually in the spring and summer. This plant grows in freshly grazed prairies and the dry woods from south Texas and Georgia. It works well for plantings on the roadside and in wildflower gardens. The stiff Goldenrod has stiff stems with tiny hairs on them. The leaves and stems are green with a large yellow bushy flower on top; The roots are fibrous and low-growing. It can grow up in most states and most countries.