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Zizia aurea



Golden Alexander is a northeastern native plant that thrives in moist soil and full or partial sun. In late spring, it sends up 18-36″ stems of yellow Queen Anne’s lace like flowers which are magnets for a wide range of local pollinators.  Blossoms provide both nectar and pollen and the foliage is food for yellow and black swallowtail caterpillars. Plants do spread, so use to naturalize. Deer Resistant,

Exposure: sun/part shade

Zones: 3-8

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Mon-Fri 10-4, Sat. 9-1pm

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