Northeast Pollinator Plants
Solidago rugosa (Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod)
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Plants are delivered in a biodegradable wood fiber pot, 2.75" diameter by 3.5" deep.
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Common Name: Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod
Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Larval Host, Birds
Light: Full Sun to Part Sun
Hardiness Zone: 4 to 8 USDA Zone Map
Soils: Moist - Wet
Flower Time: Mid July - Late September
Flower Color: Golden
Notes: Solidago rugosa (Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod) is a clumping goldenrod that can form large masses. It offers arching flowering stems similar to Solidago caesia.
Host plant of VT Bee Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN):
Andrena braccata (Beach Miner bee)
Andrena canadensis (Canada Miner bee)
Andrena peckhami (Peckham's Miner bee)
Bombus affinis (Rusty-Patched Bumble bee) presumed extinct!
Bombus ashtoni (Ashton's Cuckoo Bumble bee) presumed extinct!
Bombus citrinus (Lemon Cuckoo Bumble bee)
Bombus fervidus (Golden Northern Bumble bee)
Bombus pensylvanicus (American Bumble bee)
Bombus terricola (Yellow-Banded Bumble bee)
Bombus rufocinctus (Red-Belted Bumble bee)
Bombus flavidus (Yellowish Cuckoo Bumble bee)
Colletes kincaidii (Kincaid's Cellophane bee)
Colletes solidaginis (Goldenrod Cellophane bee)
Dianthidium simile (Northeastern Pebble bee) presumed extinct!
Lasioglossum novascotiae (Nova Scotia Metallic-Sweat bee)
Lasioglossum tenax (Tenacious Metallic-Sweat bee)
Nomada banksi (Banks' Nomad bee)
Nomada Electa (Elect Nomad bee)
Noted as deer-resistant by UVM.