Solidago wrightii- Wright’s Goldenrod blooms from August to October and can be found between 3,550 feet to 9,000 feet in elevation. When you see a plant like this with tiny blossoms, get a close up look to see the individual ones. It really amazes me with how determined Goldenrod is in growing up on the mountain. This amazing plant can grow in the smallest of areas of sandy soil on rock, or in a meadow. When this one wants to grow, she does and the bees 🐝 are in love right now! Remember to let the native flowers prosper where they grow. Take a picture , not a flower and continue to learn from Nature.
Mount Lemmon, AZ
Christina Grossman, MA, CCA, CH
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Field Guide: Rose, F. (2012). Mountain Trees of Southern Arizona: A Field Guide. Tucson, AZ: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press.
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I am not the first, nor the last of expressing and sharing the beauty of mathematics in Nature. What I will share in this blog are thoughts, experiences, and lessons learned to validate life, both human and botanical, living mathematically.