Seaside goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens)


Grown from seed using organic / sustainably sourced seed stock and organic soil.


Yellow flower clusters brighten sunny, dry roadsides and shorelines throughout autumn. A clump-forming mass of pale green foliage stays neat all season. Great in a sunny, dry garden or landscape edge subject to road salt. Flowers provide late season nectar for pollinating butterflies and bees, and the seeds are eaten by birds. Thrives in the rain garden. Deer-resistant.

Native to Maine: Yes

Growing conditions: Sun in dry soil; tolerant of flooding and salt

Grows up to: 2′

Blooms: In early fall

Pairs well with: Butterfly milkweed and smooth blue aster

Natural habitat: Dry, sandy, or gravelly beaches, salt marshes, shores, and roadsides

Additional information

Dimensions N/A

4" Square Pot, 6" Round Pot (2.5 quart)