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Solidago flexicaulis Landscape, Minneapolis

Solidago Flexicaulis / Zigzag Goldenrod

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Holm Design & Consulting LLC added this to Great Design Plant: Solidago Flexicaulis Colors the Fall Shade GardenSep 8, 2015

Pollinator notes. Goldenrods are often blamed for causing allergies, but ragweed — a wind-pollinated plant that flowers at the same time as many goldenrod species — is the true culprit. Goldenrod flowers are pollinated by insects, including bees, flies, wasps, beetles, butterflies and moths. The bright yellow composite flowers offer both nectar and pollen to visiting insects. For migrating insects, including some butterflies and moths, this is an important food source for their upcoming aerial journeys. The flowers are also an important source of pollen for several types of mining bees (Andrena) that specialize on collecting pollen from goldenrods and asters.Shown: A bumblebee foraging on the flowers

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