Solidago glomerata
(Clustered Goldenrod)

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               Seedpod                                           Leaf                                            Stem                                        Seed                                          Habit

Facts About this Plant:

    Common Names: Clustered Goldenrod, Skunk Goldenrod
    Lifespan: Perennial
    Zones: 5 - 7
    Type: Forb
    Bloom Time: August - October
    Status: Native

Solidago glomerata, or Clustered Goldenrod, is an uncommon plant, native only to the area near the Tennessee and North Carolina state line. It is a perennial that grows in moist to dryish meadows and roadsides, on cliffs, bluffs, and ledges, only found in the mountains at higher elevations. It blooms in late summer and early fall with showy yellow-gold flowers.

There are over 100 species of Solidago in the United States, and they can be very difficult to tell apart. More information and comparison photos will be posted at a later time, showing similar species. But for the time being, you can access our Solidago ID chart which shows various images of over twenty species to help with ID.

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