Solidago spathulata or Coast Goldenrod is a perennial wildflower native to coastal Oregon, Washington and California. While not generally considered native inland there are a few records including one from 1917 in Portland. This goldenrod is much smaller in stature than most species of Solidago making it useful in smaller spaces. Like our other native goldenrods in Oregon it is an excellent plant for supporting pollinators later in the season when most native plants have already finished blooming. This slow spreading clumping perennial is drought tolerant and is topped with spikes of small yellow daisy-like flowers in late summer/early fall.

Size: 10"-16" tall x 10"-16" wide
Light: Sun - Part Sun
USDA Zone: 8a-10b