- SCIENTIFIC NAME: Blue-stem Goldenrod (Solidago caesia)
- PLANT TYPE: Perennial
- SCIENTIFIC NAME PRONUNCIATION: so-li-DAY-go KAY-see-uh
- TAGS: Plant Tags: bees, clumper, fall, and part shade. Plant Types: Perennial.
Blue-stem Goldenrod (Solidago caesia) is distinguished by a smooth, purplish-blue stem (more so with age) and flowers that are found in clusters along the top half of the stalk, creating small, graceful, arching sprays. This goldenrod is perfect for part shade areas and pairs well with Southern harebell (Campanula divaricata) which blooms around the same time. A...