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  • n. Plural form of goldenrod.

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Examples

  • Males usually feed on small branches and plant stems - such as goldenrods, which they pick the gall fly larva from - while the female is found on larger branches and tree trunks.

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  • Examples that will do well in the Washington area are black-eyed Susans, purple coneflowers, butterfly weeds, goldenrods, coreopsis, wild and sulphur cosmos, gaillardias and cleome.

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  • The tree sized trunks of wild asters were cut with loppers and the native goldenrods, guara, hosta and daylily stalks were stomped down.

    Justification « Fairegarden

  • Daylilies and asters are being added to the wildling goldenrods occuring naturally there.

    No Mow « Fairegarden

  • Match weed or broomweed, scurf-pea, sunflowers, goldenrods, and ragweed occur from Oklahoma into Canada.

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  • I still will pull most of these out after they bloom, just like the goldenrods that are over ten feet tall.

    Sad To See Summer Go – Say Hello To Fall « Fairegarden

  • The golden baby, or whatever the dwarf goldenrods are, tag lost, are almost showing color, as are the anemones ‘Prinz Henri’.

    August Clues « Fairegarden

  • Only a few plants, among them asters, goldenrods, and hawkweeds, manage to work their way into the sod mat.

    The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States

  • The first goldenrods were blooming now and he'd noticed, just the day before, that some of the early asters down in the ancient fence row had started to show color.

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  • There are the violets that come so early in the spring, with their wildwood fragrance and dainty blue cloaks, and the lovely roses of summer, the goldenrods and asters of autumn, while among the rarer kinds we have the night-blooming cereus, the beautiful but slow blossoming century plant, and many others.

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