Solidago bicolor - Silverrod; White Goldenrod
Silverrod; White Goldenrod
Bring your landscape alive with pollinators that will flock to this narrow, upright grower that blooms from late summer to early fall. Small flowers are borne on a stem-ending spike and feature yellowish-white rays surrounding yellow central disks putting on a subtle but very satisfying summer show.
- Deer resistant
- Drought tolerant once established
- Unique flower color for a Goldenrod!
- Spectacular for naturalizing or for meadow areas
- Blooms are highly sought by native pollinators
Map Credit: The Biota of North America
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Silverrod is one of the only varieties that display white rays instead of the common yellow rays of typical Goldenrod varieties.
Grows well in average to moist, clay soils in full sun to full shade.