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Sweetshrubs have a dense, broad, rounded form in cultivation.

Oct 30, Prairie goldenrod (S.

nemoralis) grows 1 1/2 to 2 feet tall with stems arching down and out, forming a vase-shaped plant without pruning. It has a. Oct 10, Florida Native Plant Society of any sort of experimentation or consumptive use.

Florida goldenrod, sweet goldenrod, true goldenrod. Biological and Genetic Relationships. Link to the University of Arizona’s Tree of Life. Chapman’s Goldenrod, native to North America, is endemic toFile Size: 1MB. This shrub should be pruned after it has bloomed.

Goldenrod flowers attract lots of pollinators such as bees and butterflies, so they form seed after flowering.

Shape and thin as needed, somewhat slow growing, think twice, cut once. By fertilizing young shrubs you can increase both the size and the amount of flowers on the plant. Granular, liquid or stake type fertilizers can be used. May 29, In northern Florida, this plant will freeze back, but will regrow as a 3’ – 4’ shrub. If grown in ideal conditions in our area, it may reach 15 feet tall as a woody shrub or small tree. Dead- heading of spent flowers will not be needed, but for best results, pruning the shrub between bloom cycles is recommended for denser growth to overcome a leggy habit.

Mar 29, Prune sweet shrub in early summer, after flowering.

Another way to control the spread is to transplant your goldenrod often, at least every two to three years, so it doesn't have the chance to fully establish its roots.

Sweet Shrub requires little in the way of maintenance, but you may like to prune it to keep the plant in shape and prevent it from growing too wide. Pruning should be done immediately after flowering, which means in the early 37K.

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