A medium size goldenrod preferring a moist location, with showy, large flowers (compared to other goldenrods). It is unfortunate that the name goldenrod alludes to ’weedy’ because otherwise they are invaluable for pollinators and birds in the fall. And some are quite rare actually…
All Goldenrods are also great for cut and dry flowers.
Germination: sown in the fall outdoors or in the spring after cold-moist stratification.