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goldenrod


Price range: 60 - 80 THB / bunch | Market: Talaad Thai Market | Date: 2022-05-23

Goldenrod

Canadian goldenrod (Solidago canadensis), which produces the pollen that causes hay fever, has hairy stems and leaves with sharp lobes. Other species have hairless stems without thorns. Goldenrods are usually perennial plants from 0.2 to 3 m tall, but some are annual plants. The leaves are produced in a dense basal rosette and alternately along the stem. The inflorescences are often one-sided (secund), with the lower florets possessing sterile ray flowers and the upper florets fertile disc flowers.

Solidago species can be found throughout North America, with some species endemic to the United States, primarily the southern and eastern regions of that country. Solidago is a genus of about 150 species of herbs native to North America, Europe, and Asia.

Canadian goldenrod produces abundant nectar and is a valuable source of honey. Sharp lobed leaves, hairy stems, and secund inflorescences (with the lower florets possessing sterile ray flowers and the upper florets fertile disc flowers). Canada's goldenrod is endemic to regions in North America. Other species are found worldwide.

Comparable genera include Goldenrods, Indianwheat, and Miller's-gold. The genus Solidago has about 150 species total, with the greatest concentration of species diversity in North America. Solidago canadensis is an eastern North American species, meaning it is common in the central and eastern parts of the continent.

The plant is usually a perennial but sometimes an annual, with hairy stems and sharp lobed leaves. It usually has secund inflorescences (the lower florets possess sterile ray flowers and the upper florets are fertile). Canada's goldenrod is endemic to regions in North America. Other species are found worldwide. Can be up to 0.8m tall but on average will stand at roughly 30cm tall. The stems are usually hairy and the leaves have sharp lobes. The basal rosette has sharp-toothed leaves with a dense covering of fine hairs. The goldenrod produces abundant nectar and is often visited by bees for this reason.

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