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With over 60 species there are far too many varieties of goldenrod to list and in late summer and fall goldenrods can be seen easily almost anywhere you look.
No more invasive than some perennials, goldenrods can add a nice touch of late season yellow to a garden.

Soil Type: Clay - Sandy loam
Soil ph: Neutral
Water: Dry
Light: Full sun - Partial shade

Height: up to 8 ft.
Time of bloom: July - Oct
Flower colors: Yellow
Transplants: Easily
Propagation: Division