Goldenrod is a Florida native plant that has yellow flowers that bloom during the late summer months to early fall months. The plants can grow up to be three to five feet. When these flowers are in bloom, you will usually find many bees and butterflies enjoying the flowers. These provide nectar to many butterfly species and attract a wide variety of native bees. Goldenrod grows naturally at Hundred Acre Hollows and can be found in the Keep Brevard Beautiful native plant garden at the entrance of the preserve as well as along parts of the southwestern basin.
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