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Sep 8, 2010 1:43 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
It's nice to know there are some fall blooms to look forward to growing in the wild.

Some of them are favorites of mine and many are favorites of the wildlife.

You may have already seen me talk about the Sweet Goldenrod, Solidago odora, an anise/licorice flavored goldenrod that's quite tasty.

Many native solitary bees, wasps, beetles and other pollinators come to visit this plant, along with the other various varieties of goldenrod that grows wild here.

Including this Tall Goldenrod, Solidago canadensis
It's at least 7' tall here
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Here's the sweet goldenrod, Solidago odora
It usually grows to around 3' to 4' tall.
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FAITH over fear!

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