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Solidago fistulosa

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Asteraceae
Genus  Solidago
Order  Asterales
Tribe  Astereae
Rank  Species
Solidago fistulosa Solidago goldenrod
Similar  Solidago spectabilis, Solidago latissimifolia, Solidago gattingeri, Solidago radula, Solidago odora

Solidago fistulosa, the pine barren goldenrod, is a plant species native to low-lying coastal areas of eastern North America. It grows in every state bordering on the Gulf of Mexico or on the Atlantic Ocean from Louisiana to New Jersey. It is generally found in bogs, along the edges of marshes, in drainage ditches, etc.

Solidago fistulosa Solidago fistulosa Pine barren goldenrod NPIN

Solidago fistulosa is an herb up to 150 cm (5 feet) tall, spreading by underground rhizomes. It has winged petioles, broad leaf blades, and sometimes as many as 500 small yellow flower heads born in large branching arrays.

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References

Solidago fistulosa Wikipedia


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