Solidago flowers are tall with slender, erect stems, they often grow in clumps or colonies, forming a bushy, upright habit. The leaves are generally lance-shaped, serrated at the edges, and arranged alternately along the stem are composed of small, densely-packed, bright yellow flowers that form in clusters at the tops of the stems. They can come naturally in yellow or be sprayed to resemble a deep blue.
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