Goldenrod Flower Plant
Facts about Goldenrod Flower (Plant), "Scientific name for Goldenrod Flower (Plant) is Solidago".
The Goldenrod Flower (Plant) belongs to the category of Perennials. Goldenrod Flower is the flower of the Goldenrod flowering plant that belongs the Asteraceae family.
Most of these plants are herbaceous perennial varieties that can be largely seen in open areas, like meadows, savannas and prairies. The Goldenrod Flower (Plant) are native to Mexico and North America, and some species are native to Eurasia and South America. Some species of America have also been brought into Europe and other countries of the world. The Goldenrod Flower (Plant) is the state flower of Kentucky in the United States.
Features of Goldenrod Flower Plant
Goldenrod Flower is a permanent plant that is famous for its curing properties. The Goldenrod wild Flower (Plant) is a safe plant to eat reproduces in the course of its roots, stems, bulbs, and through its seed. A Goldenrod Flower and other parts of the plant do not create cyclic allergies as several are inclined to believe. No one can be allergic to Goldenrod Flower (Plant) because for appetizers, it has almost none and the flower that is pollinated by insects. All Goldenrod Flower (Plant) from the different varieties of Goldenrod plant all are equally nourishing and boast several health benefits. The Goldenrod plant can be exploited fresh or as a dehydrated herb to prepare tea, or as a liquid extract, in capsules or as tincture.
The most distinguishing feature of the Goldenrod Flower (Plant) is its elongated wood like stems with prickly tooth like elements, which are extensively-spaced, yellow color flowers that bloom in thick groups. The Goldenrod Flower from the goldenrod plant appear exterior of more urban areas, growing down roadsides, in fields and at the rim of woodlands.
There can be broad variations in features of the leaves of the Goldenrod plant, but usually, the leaves of the plant have a length of 4 inches (10 cm) and a breadth of 51/64 inches (2 cm), narrowing to a point at the tilt and tapering at the base, without leaf stem and tiny teeth around the rims. Three veins of the leaves run parallel from close to the bottom of the leaf. The base of the Goldenrod Plant leaf is bushy, particularly down the veins and the upper side of the leaf has an uneven texture.
The Goldenrod Flower (Plant) contains green foliage and famous yellow color flower that bloom most actively during the summer time. When these flowers bloom during early fall and late summer, the fields where the Goldenrod Plant is grown will totally appear in yellow color. The Goldenrod flower is safe to eat and it is used to make beautiful garnishes on salads.
The Goldenrod Flower (Plant) got their name from their upper stem or inflorescence beside which vivid, little flowers grow in groups. The rays of the Goldenrod flower attract bees and butterflies that pollinate the Goldenrod plant and eat its nectar.
Inhabitants of the Bluegrass State have the extended history of appreciating the Goldenrod Flower. The flower emerges on the Kentucky State Flag, encircling the state seal. Well ahead of that, Native Americans appreciated the plant as a therapeutic herb. Teas made from different parts of the goldenrod plant were used to decrease fevers, treat kidney and bladder problems, along with other things.