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Canada goldenrod is a native plant that is found throughout ontario in moist or dry fields and meadows, edges of forests, swamps, clearings, orchards and compost piles, and along roadsides, ponds, streams, fencerows and shorelines, and recently as a weed in cultivated fields. Canadian goldenrod is a herbaceous perennial wildflower native to eastern north america that blooms in late summer / early fall. It has showy yellow flowers giving roadside ditches, powerline cuts, meadows and fields a bright yellow to golden color. It is prolific in that you rarely see a single plant, more often dozens to thousands covering abandoned fields,. Canada goldenrod is a common and widespread goldenrod. It is reportedly allelopathic to sugar maple (acer saccharum) seedlings, meaning it produces chemicals in the soil that inhibits their growth.
There are two varieties present in new england. Solidago canadensis, known as canada goldenrod or canadian goldenrod, is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family asteraceae. It is an invasive plant in other parts of the. If space and management are not of concern, however, canada goldenrod can be used to create impressive drifts of yellow flowers and pairs well with other prairie plants. Pavek, p. l. s. Plant guide for canada goldenrod (solidago canadensis). Canada goldenrod and big bluestem at griffith prairie (a preserve of prairie plains resource institute). Some people mistakenly blame goldenrods for hay fever. That, at least, is an easy illusion to dispel. The bright colorful flowers and the abundance of pollinating insects crawling all over them clearly indicate that goldenrods are insect.