Height: 2-3 ft
Spread: 1-2 ft
Bloom Time: July-October
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Dry-Very Dry
A non-aggressive goldenrod with narrow leaves that are anise-scented when crushed. Historically this species was used as a tea substitute after the Boston Tea Party. In the wild, Fragrant Goldenrod grows in the nutrient poor soils of acidic forests and clearings. A variety of pollinators visit, and goldenrods are host plants for many native caterpillars. Birds also feed on goldenrod seeds. Deer Resistant.