Birch Branch Cross
Small Wet Floral Foam Cage
Foliage: Ivy, Sprengeri, Leather Leaf, Seeded Eucalyptus
Hot Pink Roses
Pink Mini Carnations
Green Button Poms
Green Spider Mums
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What Is This Golden Flower Blooming In Massachusetts In September?
Ask the Expert:Can you identify this wildflower?
Picture taken at the end of September in Massachusetts. Plant less than a foot tall. In rich soil - not wet. Rays generally only 3. Looks like wingstem but there are no wings on the stem. Thanks! John Kimball
What you have is a type of Solidago commonly known as Goldenrod. The genus Solidago consists of over a hundred species of woody-based perennials. In Massachusetts, you will find the following Solidago are native: