Euthamia caroliniana (Slender Goldentop)

19 Jun
https://www.flickr.com/photos/38514062@N03/627796

“Euthamiacaroliniana” © MaryKeim CC-BY-NC-SA 

 

 

Euthamia carolinian a (Slender Goldentop) is a perennial that blooms in late summer. Part of the Aster family, this type of goldenrod produces small yellow flowers that attract bees and butterflies. According to the NYBG directory, once the flowers turn into seeds, they are eaten by several types of song birds.

 

Source list:  wild.its.utexas.edumarylandbiodiversity.com

Euthamia caroliniana” by Mary Keim is licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA

 

 

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