Solidago nemoralis


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a dyer's weed of Canada and the eastern United States having yellow flowers sometimes used in dyeing

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Euphorbia corollata, Sporobolus clandestinus, Solidago nemoralis, Croton
forbs in these sites are Anemone virginiana, Solidago nemoralis, Monarda
sericeum, Euphorbia corollata, Amorpha canescens, Solidago nemoralis,
Solidago nemoralis, Aster azureus, Amorpha canescens, and Coreopsis
Physical factors affecting establishment of Solidago nemoralis in the New Jersey Piedmont.
Solidago nemoralis Aiton; Old-Field or Gray Goldenrod; Fields north and east of Scott Pond; Frequent, but locally abundant in the field to the east; C = 3; BSUH 11757, 12507.
Solidago nemoralis Aiton; Gray Goldenrod; BSUH 11757, 12507.
10.0 2.4 4 1.0 1.0 Poa pratensis 6.7 1.6 12 3.0 1.0 Amorpha canescens 6.7 1.6 -- -- -- Cornus drummondii 6.7 1.6 14 3.4 5.1 Chamaecrista fasciculata 3.3 0.8 -- -- -- Pycnanthemum tenuifolium 3.3 0.8 -- -- -- Bouteloua hirsuta 3.3 0.8 -- -- -- Solidago nemoralis 3.3 0.8 -- -- -- Prunus serotina 3.3 0.8 -- -- -- Toxicodendron radicans -- -- 48 11.8 23.4 Ageratina altissima -- -- 52 12.8 16.0 Carex pensylvanica -- -- 36 8.9 6.6 Carex sp.
Other common prairie species including Solidago nemoralis (gray goldenrod), Fragaria virginiana (wild strawberry), Desmanthus illinoensis (bundleflower), and Pycnanthemum tenuifolium (slender mountain mint).
Solidago nemoralis Ait.: Gray goldenrod; August-September; field; frequent; USIH 1005.
Common forbs included Aster laevis (smooth aster), Silphium terebinthinaceum (prairie dock), Solidago nemoralis (gray goldenrod), and Coreopsis tripteris (tall tickseed).
These three prairie grasses were followed in importance by four common prairie forbs of the Asteraceae: Aster laevis (smooth aster), Silphium terebinthinaceum (prairie dock), Solidago nemoralis (gray goldenrod), and Coreopsis tripteris (tall tickseed), all with IVs greater than 7.0 (Table 1).
Silphium terebinthinaceum, Solidago nemoralis, and Aster laevis were dominant species, Coreopsis tripteris was present, but not found in the plots during the original study.