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Goldenrod; solidago spp

There are over 100 species of Solidago found throughout the world, though majority call home in North America and is part of the Asteraceae family. Goldenrod is a tall plant, but it’s commonly mistaken for ragweed. To make the difference clear, Goldenrod can grow up to 7’ tall and with each stem they produce, you will find a well lined-up assortment of yellow flowers that are densely companact to one another. Their stems are hairy, and their leaves are alternate and simple. You will also notice that its leaves also have hair, and a main distincting factor when ID’ing Goldenrod is noticing 3 large veins within its leaves.

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