Solidago sempervirens
Family: Asteraceae
seaside goldenrod
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Etymology: Solidago: from Latin solido, meaning "to make whole or heal" and a reference to the supposed, medicinal qualities of these plants
Plants: perennial forb, 1'-5' tall, somewhat succulent, mostly smooth
Leaves: larger ones oblong to lance-like to 2 1/3" long; winged stalk almost sheathing the stem; thick to fleshy
Flowers: head with yellow rays; inflorescence dense, panicle-like cluster often leafy near the base
Habitat: usually in sandy soil near salt water but now found inland along roads salted in the winter
Conservation Status: Introduced - locally established
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Lawrence A. Leitner  
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Lawrence A. Leitner  
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Lawrence A. Leitner  
Solidago sempervirens image
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Jennifer L. Dietl  
Solidago sempervirens image
Solidago sempervirens image
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