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Solidago canadensis

Spectacular fall food source for pollinators, Idaho native, and potent medicinal.

An indispensable food source for pollinators, providing ample nectar late in the season when other flowers have faded. Used medicinally for all sorts of interesting reasons from curing flu to preventing diarrhea, and said to bring luck in gambling! Put it in a neglected spot to prevent it from getting out of control. Contains chaff--and love!

For more information about growing this plant, visit the USDA plant guide.

Seeds grown by Gage Street Market Botanicals in Boise, ID.

50 seeds.

Directions: Direct seed in fall or spring. Or, start in pots in winter and transplant in spring. Thin as needed. Spreads by rhizomes once established.

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